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Fibonacci Cabinet by Utopia Architecture & Design

Fibonacci Cabinet by Utopia Architecture & Design

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Patrick Van Caeckenbergh - Nautilus the Shell 2000 - Belgium

Patrick Van Caeckenbergh - Nautilus the Shell 2000 - Belgium

Moving house is a massive pain. It means weeks of packing boxes, cleaning, and trawling around for a new place to live. In the mid-'30s, a popular mag...

Moving house is a massive pain. It means weeks of packing boxes, cleaning, and trawling around for a new place to live. In the mid-'30s, a popular mag...

PATRICK VAN CAECKENBERGH

Le Brouhaha (1999-2009)

PATRICK VAN CAECKENBERGH

Patrick van Caeckenbergh  http://b.imdoc.fr/1/arts-et-creations/sculpture-installations/photo/0061527006/5117121431/sculpture-installations-patrick-caeckenbergh-maquette-img.jpg

Patrick van Caeckenbergh http://b.imdoc.fr/1/arts-et-creations/sculpture-installations/photo/0061527006/5117121431/sculpture-installations-patrick-caeckenbergh-maquette-img.jpg

Big mechanical elephant!

Big mechanical elephant!

Boat house of my soul

Boat house of my soul

Futuristic. Repinned by Secret Design Studio, Melbourne. www.secretdesignstudio.com

Futuristic. Repinned by Secret Design Studio, Melbourne. www.secretdesignstudio.com

Liz Larner - "Liz Larner’s geometric sculptures explore the fundamental qualities of formalist sculpture: volume and mass, line and substance, and the potential of positive and negative space.  Larner’s best-known early work is her “Culture” series of the late 1980s, for which she placed odds and ends in petri dishes and allowed bacteria to form naturally on and decay the objects." - artsy.net

Liz Larner - "Liz Larner’s geometric sculptures explore the fundamental qualities of formalist sculpture: volume and mass, line and substance, and the potential of positive and negative space. Larner’s best-known early work is her “Culture” series of the late 1980s, for which she placed odds and ends in petri dishes and allowed bacteria to form naturally on and decay the objects." - artsy.net

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