Open Sky Look Book

"You just come out here and you feel like, I want to make something; I want to do something!" - Campbell Bosworth on Marfa, Texas

Inspired by an unlikely oasis in a desert town around the globe, or the high plains of West Texas; one thing is common - An Open Sky...

We are whisking you away to a place to: Dream higher, Dream bigger

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 Design no. EX13512-7

Design no. EX13512-7

 Donald Judd's 15 untitled works in concrete, 1980-1984 - Marfa, Texas 

Donald Judd's 15 untitled works in concrete, 1980-1984 - Marfa, Texas 

  The Thunderbird Hotel  -  Marfa, Texas 

The Thunderbird Hotel -  Marfa, Texas 

 The Marfa Lights viewing station - The Marfa Lights are a strange occurrence in the desert between Marfa and Alpine. The story goes, these strange lights were first seen by the Apache Indians living in this area. The first documented sighting came from a cowboy in the area in 1883.

The Marfa Lights viewing station - The Marfa Lights are a strange occurrence in the desert between Marfa and Alpine. The story goes, these strange lights were first seen by the Apache Indians living in this area. The first documented sighting came from a cowboy in the area in 1883.

  Hotel Fasano  - Punta del Este, Uruguay 

Hotel Fasano - Punta del Este, Uruguay 

  Written in the West, Revisited  - Photography by Wim Wenders - book by Schirmer/Mosel  In 1983, while on a location scout through western America for his iconic film Paris, Texas, lauded German filmmaker Wim Wenders captured a dreamy series of photographs on his Makina Plaubel 6 x 7 camera. Titled Written in the West, the images demonstrate the same fascination with the area's vibrant, light saturated vistas and vast expanses of wild landscape as the film itself, and make for compelling viewing both as a supplement to the film and in their own right. 

Written in the West, Revisited - Photography by Wim Wenders - book by Schirmer/Mosel

In 1983, while on a location scout through western America for his iconic film Paris, Texas, lauded German filmmaker Wim Wenders captured a dreamy series of photographs on his Makina Plaubel 6 x 7 camera. Titled Written in the West, the images demonstrate the same fascination with the area's vibrant, light saturated vistas and vast expanses of wild landscape as the film itself, and make for compelling viewing both as a supplement to the film and in their own right. 

 Design no. NX02795-4

Design no. NX02795-4

 Architecture View:  Nakai House   Eight architecture students from the University of Colorado have designed and built a cabin in the Utah desert for a Navajo woman under the open sky.

Architecture View: Nakai House

Eight architecture students from the University of Colorado have designed and built a cabin in the Utah desert for a Navajo woman under the open sky.

 Design no. EX13845-2

Design no. EX13845-2

 Marfa, Texas  water tower - photo: Douglas Friedman

Marfa, Texas  water tower - photo: Douglas Friedman

 Photography: The Spragues

Photography: The Spragues

 Design no EH06736-23

Design no EH06736-23

 Photo: Douglas Friedman @thefacinator - His home in Marfa

Photo: Douglas Friedman @thefacinator - His home in Marfa