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Our signaure Reims pattern labyrinth is quite unique in its design and construction.
Created from flash-spun paper, this super-strong and very light creation is a delight to walk upon.
(Imagine the pages of your own life story fluttering underfoot.)

With thanks to theatre set designer Jeff Seats for engineering the design,
and to theatre set painter Elecia Beebe for rendering the beautifully painted application.
(With a special wink to theatre designer Sarah Gahagan
for introducing us to this method of working with flash-spun paper for theatrical creations.)

A drawing that remains of the original installation in the cathedral, which was then removed 500 years later. It depicts five of the key artisan-masons who worked on the labyrinth. Royal coronations proceeded over this pattern.

A drawing that remains of the original installation in the cathedral, which was then removed 500 years later. It depicts five of the key artisan-masons who worked on the labyrinth. Royal coronations proceeded over this pattern.

The ever-marvelous Elecia Beebe painting the pattern by hand (and eye) in November, 2016.

The ever-marvelous Elecia Beebe painting the pattern by hand (and eye) in November, 2016.