Texas Tech students fabricate an undulating wood structure at Woodstock site in New York

In August 1969, a farm in rural Bethel, New York hosted half-a-million people for a three-day long music festival simply known as Woodstock. The legendary site, now part of the 800-acre campus of Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, will now play host to a different type of creative endeavor. A group of Texas Tech University students and design collaborative i/thee have digitally designed and fabricated a curving wood pavilion dubbed Peek-A-Book as part of a new pilot program which will bring art and architecture to the famous concert venue.

Debuting in 2006 after local resident Alan Gerry first acquired the fabled festival’s land

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