This dramatic addition to The Newbury Boston hotel lobby is a hand crafted porcelain light sculpture from Andreea Braescu. The design is inspired by the leaves of the Gingko Biloba tree, creating a visual connection to The Public Garden. The ancient Gingko Biloba is found throughout the world, including here in Boston. Throughout history, the tree has thrived and is a symbol of vitality and longevity. Each individually crafted porcelain leaf is positioned to capture and reflect light, mirroring the dynamic harmony nature itself creates. Manufactured in Romania by exceptionally skilled ceramicists, porcelain, famed for its ability to create expressive and delicate shapes, features an unparalleled translucency that illuminates and warms a space.