We love the look of buildings under construction, pre-cladding, with the innards and underthings exposed. And scaffolding, shoring, concrete forms, construction elevators: all the temporary exoskeletal devices that help the thing get made but inevitably get peeled away when they're no longer needed. That's partly why we're drawn to forming plywood as a fine furniture material. It's beautiful and hardy but rarely seen out in the built world, just briefly in the world under construction. We snapped these shots of the forms for the entry ramp of the new parking complex at the Denver Botanic Gardens. The renderings of the finished garage show a smart, green-roofed structure that's consistent with the Gardens' mission. And the ramp under construction is a great piece of temporary sculpture.