An organic form made of natural materials that also act as a shade structure and imagination stimulator. Complex of three hut-like forms connected by two, above ground tunnels. The size and separation of pods by tunnels allows for multiple groups to enjoy the sculpture at the same time. The structures are constructed with native Georgia saplings as well as vines and rope.

The work of JD Koth explores different interactions between humanity and nature. Koth utilizes installations as well as sculptural objects to address issues ranging from growth and decay to how we perceive reality according to one’s scale.  Whatever medium he wields is stretched beyond its common use, emphasizing the unique elements of the material and its possibilities.