This is an unusual project in which we built a wall with no horizon. It is called a cyclorama wall and is generally used by photographers to eliminate horizon lines. This is achieved by creating a curve in the wall where it meets the floor and where it turns 90 degrees. This required an extreme amount of ingenuity and patience to get the floor and wall to meet up smoothly. Once the framing was in place, it was sheeted with multiple layers of 1/4″ plywood and then plastered with 4 coats. The finished look is a seamless wall with no edges.