Singapore artist Kim Lim used nature as a source of inspiration to create these heavy stone sculptures that have real rhythm and flow, alongside a sense of weightlessness and simplicity.
Throughout his lifetime Barcelona born artist Josep Maria Subirachs used interlocking concepts and natural materials to create angular modern sculpture that is still relevant today.
Artist Shouchiku Tanabe’s goal is to succeed the generations that came before him by producing traditional Japanese bamboo works, but at the same time creating bold sculpture.
Mirena Kim has been working with clay since 1991, she became infatuated with the craft when searching for a simple, unadorned cylinder and now makes sculptural vessels and tableware.
Originally producing articles for everyday use, Hungarian glass artist Botos Péter has moved on to creating block-like works of art that have a bold choice of colours.
Designed by Arne in 1958 as part of the SAS Royal Hotel in Copenhagen, the Drop chair has been re-launched by Fritz Hansen after more than 50 years in hibernation.
Thierry Martenon is a French sculptor who creates elegant, stripped down forms with lots of unique surface markings. He says he’s always looking for new textures to experiment with.
Bold unique forms by woodturner and sculptor Ernst Gamperl. These vessels are quite striking, with lots of incised lines on the body and surface to create an unusual but subtle effect.
Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava interprets the practice of architecture as a combination of all the arts, and these thoughts are justified when viewing his sculpture works.
Peter studied architecture as a young man before switching to art in the mid-1960s, his inspiration for his sculpture is his hometown of California, mainly the distinctive light and clear ocean.