June 9, 2009
Interiors : a twisty twisty world
It is not often that scrolls of this architecture blog are taken over by modern interiors (we leave that to the talents of more officious blogs...) However the recent sculptural works of Belgian designer Sebastien Wierinck commanded such attention. The tentacled installations housed in otherwise blah interiors, exemplify a talent in both object creation and space making. Constructed of plastic tubing the installations are formed using CAM technology, see the link for more information.
Posted by mad architect at 7:27 AM
Labels: criticism, installation, interiors
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