Linked to architecture and construction, Esther Stasse has used her education at the Gerrit Rietveld Academy to create ceramic sculpture based on a complex formation of shapes.
Norwegian artist Stein Rønning, whose work is split between sculpture and photography, combines three-dimensional and two-dimensional for a commentary on space and our perception of it.
Often using metal, wood or a mixture of the two, Brazilian artist Ascanio MMM is able to experiment with different angles and volumes to create unique sculptural geometric formations.
Living and working in California, Ben Peterson draws influence from the origins of modernist architecture as well as the design of functional objects to create these earthy sculptures.
Talented Japanese designer Shigeki Fujishiro has created these wonderful kinetic sculptures under the series name Frames, with his ideas being to represent both time and space.
Artist Nathalie Du Pasquier uses wooden blocks and ordinary objects painted in solid colours and balances them in unique ways, also using their colour to juxtapose one another.