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Posts Tagged ‘sculpture’

Gravity table by Fredrikson Stallard

March 6th, 2016

Offering an emotional narrative on the process, conceptualization and manufacture of each piece of work, Gravity reveals Fredrikson Stallard’s interest in the dialogue between the emotional and physical, the process of creation and destruction, alongside the controlled technology that ultimately enables its creation.

Romanian Flavours Store by studio AE, Bucharest – Romania

January 15th, 2016



Mega Image, one of the biggest retailers in Romania, opened its first shop under the brand Gusturi Romanesti (Romanian Flavours) in 2015.

Vanimal Vegetarian Restaurant by via. architecture, Hong Kong

January 4th, 2016



Hong Kong-based interior design studio, via. architecture has unveiled its latest project, designing the interiors for Vanimal, an innovative vegetarian restaurant in Kennedy Town.

Tsumiki Building Blocks by Kengo Kuma

December 15th, 2015



Kengo Kuma’s Tsumiki building blocks can be arranged to create original sculptures

Ommatidium Installation by Samuel Wilkinson, London – UK

November 7th, 2015



Samuel Wilkinson’s Ommatidium sculpture offers kaleidoscopic views of the sky

Bauzium Sculpture Gallery by Archium, Goseong – South Korea

September 11th, 2015



Craggy concrete walls surround South Korean sculpture park by Archium

Boston Design Biennial installations by GLD, Cristina Parreño Architecture, Landing Studio & MASS Design Group, Boston – Massachusetts

July 29th, 2015



Four emerging firms create installations for Design Biennial Boston

Lighting Sculptures by The Harris Partnership & BDP Lighting for Meadowhall Shopping Centre, Sheffield – UK

July 14th, 2015



Northern Lights – Lighting Sculptures for Meadowhall Shopping Centre

Fata Morgana Installation by Teresita Fernández at Madison Square Park, New York City

June 18th, 2015



From now until winter 2016, visitors to New York’s Madison Square Park can find themselves enveloped beneath a mirrored labyrinth, hovering above both them and the surrounding landscape.

Mobi Customizable Geometric Lighting by James Dieter

June 5th, 2015

Lighting as sculpture has become running theme on Selectism with pieces such as the “Constellation” and “Apollo 8” balancing form with function.

As If It Were Already Here Installation by Janet Echelman, Boston – Massachusetts

May 18th, 2015

Janet Echelman‘s latest aerial sculpture has been suspended 365 feet above Boston’s Rose Kennedy Greenway.

Pulse Pavilion Bamboo Sculpture by the University of St. Joseph, Macau – China

April 16th, 2015

Split bamboo woven into a continuous metaball surface

LJ Cross Flagship Boutique by Taylor and Miller Architecture, New York City

February 27th, 2015

Taylor and Miller Architecture have designed the LJ Cross store in New York, that features white sculptural Corian walls with the ceiling and floor covered in Belgian wood.

ARTificial Nature installation by Office339 & PRISM DESIGN, Shanghai – China

February 3rd, 2015

“ARTificial Garden” of Curation by Kenta Torimoto (Office339) is a group exhibition held in celebration of the sixth anniversary of the Shanghai World Financial Center.

Molecula lamp by Benjamin Migliore

December 26th, 2014

Molecula is a functional lamp which can be used as wall or table lamp. Crisp lines and skeletal structure produce a sculpture light. The lamp has an organic structure with its own rounded intersection.

Let’s Sit and Talk by Marie Khouri at Equinox Gallery, Vancouver – Canada

July 12th, 2014

Entitled Let’s Sit and Talk, this large-scale, hand-carved sculpture spells out its namesake in flowing Arabic script, while discretely doubling as a highly orchestrated seating arrangement.

A Volare lounge chair by Jason Mizrahi

July 9th, 2014

A Volare is a singular piece that embraces the beauty of movement through aviation. The design creates seamless gestures that are bold, continuous and fluid. Unrestrained by ideals, A Volare challenges the dogma of “form follows function” to create a performance of movement that makes it truly a sculpture to sit on.

Breaking Wave installation for John Lewis by Paul Nulty Lighting Design, York – UK

June 2nd, 2014

The installation hangs over the ground floor staircase and uses small modular elements in a dynamic composition to encourage a flow of movement up and down the stairway and drawing customers to the back of the store.

JVLT014 motorbike – sculpture by Joe Velluto & NorthEastCustom

May 16th, 2014

Italian design studio Joe Velluto has collaborated with motorcycle company NorthEastCustom to make a bike-shaped piece of furniture that replaces metal and plastic with glass, wood and wool.

Azzedine Alaïa exhibit at Palais Galliera, Paris – France

February 11th, 2014

For the occasion of the Palais Galliera’s reopening exhibition devoted to Tunisian-born, Paris-based Azzedine Alaïa, the Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris will have the couturier’s work on show in an emblematic room, the Salle Henri Matisse, accompanied by work of this Neo-impressionist painter from the permanent collection.