Italian architect Michele Reginaldi has been questioning the proportions of space and the structures themselves in a study titled "Morphologies for Architecture" since the late 1980's.
Jinsik Kim is the talented designer behind Studio Jinsik based in Seoul, South Korea and has taken a particular interest in the boundary that exists between objects and people.
Helsinki-based artist Collin Townsend Velkoff casts these sculptures in sand, allowing him to design cement forms that can then be casted onto organic stone that's buried beneath.
Oxford based Spanish sculptor Jordi Raga Frances is studying the process of reduction and focuses heavily on the different proportions, gravitating towards the order in which we perceive a form.
Born in 1961, Pablo has been experimenting heavily throughout his career with wood and looking at ways in which he can construct irregular forms that catch the viewers eye.
This is the work of talented Dutch artist Simon Oud, a maker inspired by landscape that's based in Amsterdam. He constructs these metal objects by hand from both zinc and brass.
This project by Japanese designer Azuma Makoto has him experiment with the great outdoors, taking his flower arranging to the snowy plains of Hokkaido in Japan to create a sculpture.
Revolve by Flensted Mouritzen is a project consisting of Danish design duo Troels Flensted and Ragna Mouritzen who have made this series of sculpture from plaster and pigments.
Jamie is a Sydney-based artist that uses concrete and other materials in a state of erosion to act like rocks as a base for his work, intertwining these with planting to create a unique collaboration.
I came across the work of product designer Corie Humble who has been working with leather, but in the past few years has transitioned to designing objects for the home and mobiles from metal.
Oliver Kruse is a German visual artist who uses his knowledge of architecture, geometry and other spatial environments to intrigue the viewer with his complex formations.
James Outbridge lives and works in Holmfirth, Yorkshire and hand builds these using a slab method of construction, starting small and working upwards to create very monolithic-like forms.