《烏鴉小屋》 Rookery Nook
A revival of the 1920s english farce, the play requires many doors and a two-level building. The architecture consists of various curves, giving the interior a joyful yet strange appearance. The building originally was all black, thus named "Rookery Nook," but Gertrude tries to lighten it up with yellow. But of course, she overdoes it, and now everything's too yellow. Oversized paintings hang on the walls, and the cherry plant designs on the doors are meant to imitate rococo decorations, yet done in a very crafty way.
The walls of the building are made with cardboard and paper, and so are the doors and windows. The furniture are either bought or made with Sculpey. The staircase is made with foam core and paper, and the railing is beads and pins. The foliage outside in the yard is made with moss.
羅寗 Michelle Ning Lo