He built the seating right into the desert masonry wall of the Garden Room. He liked using vibrant colors.
To keep with his tent-like structure he had initially envisioned for the 600 acre desert camp, he used white canvas stretched over redwood frames, which provides for natural lighting and shade. It has a very nice effect, but is difficult to maintain in the summer with the hot desert sun.
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