Double Negative is a land art piece located along the edge of the Mormon Mesa, created by Michael Heizer.  The Double Negative lodge pays homage to the art by reflecting the surroundings on its exterior window as well as filling in the negative left from the art with the building footprint.   Faculty: Anne Mooney
       
     
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 Double Negative is a land art piece located along the edge of the Mormon Mesa, created by Michael Heizer.  The Double Negative lodge pays homage to the art by reflecting the surroundings on its exterior window as well as filling in the negative left from the art with the building footprint.   Faculty: Anne Mooney
       
     

Double Negative is a land art piece located along the edge of the Mormon Mesa, created by Michael Heizer. The Double Negative lodge pays homage to the art by reflecting the surroundings on its exterior window as well as filling in the negative left from the art with the building footprint.

Faculty: Anne Mooney

FLOORPLAN.jpg
       
     
SPA RENDERING.jpg
       
     
LOBBY RENDERING.jpg
       
     
box.jpg
       
     
DSC_1129.JPG
       
     
weaved woman.jpg
       
     
DSC_1143.JPG