In 2000, David Best and a group of friends decided to build a structure for the Burning man festival, out of reclaimed structural wood and the waste wood from a local toy manufacturer. This became the first structure in a now tradition of festival temples built by volunteers guided by artists.
These modern day temples, are places of spirituality, of hopes and dreams, that spring from the desert for this week long festival and are then burned in celebration.
Not furniture but amazing wooden structures that are an inspiration. For more information and history of the Burning man temples please visit here. The latest in this series of temples is the Temple of Juno, the Burning man festival opens on August 27th.