ter•ra•form | ˈterəˌfôrm |
Verb Transitive: the process of deliberately modifying the atmosphere, temperature, surface topography
and/or ecology of a place to make it similar to the Earth and habitable by human beings.
Origin: 1942 <latin terra Earth, land and forma shaping.
o•pi•ar•y | 'ōpē,erē |
Noun: a place for artistic work.
Origin: 2012 <latin opus any artistic work and arium a controlled space.
“I incorporated Opiary as a green design lab with the purpose of furthering my passion for creating museum quality modern design and of exploring today’s intersection of Nature and culture. Opiary produces works within the parameters of industrial design, architecture, landscape, and fine art and collaborates with practitioners in those fields. All Opiary productions are carefully hand crafted from recyclable, weather-resistant materials, by teams of skilled artisans in our studios in the green orbit of NYC.” –Robert Cannon