These glass sculptures by artist Heike Brachlow are full of creativity, not only using elements that cross over and divide, but also showcase movement and structure.
Tony Smith was a builder, designer and architect who studied under Frank Lloyd Wright, spending 20 years as an architect before making the switch to sculpture.
Using mainly primary colours on ceramic oval forms Japanese artist and sculptor Jun Kaneko has been able to create appealing artworks that still look contemporary today.
Spanish artist Enric has been working in the field of ceramics for over 60 years, using a slab building technique to create these fantastic architectural sculptures from clay.
Taking a hammer to destroy a piece of work is often counter productive, but Takeuchi Kouzo has put this ideology to good use in his series titled 'Modern Remains'.
With his aim being to find an uncommon form through experimentation, Jeonghwa Seo has designed a selection of furniture and deskware exploring the structure of functional objects.
Tokujin Yoshioka has long been experimenting with light and space, creating some fantastic exhibits and sculptures to challenge the environments that we live in.
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.
Korean photographer Jungjin Lee has produced this powerful series titled Thing, using photo-sensitive emulsion called liquid light to achieve a floating image without any shadow.
Some wonderfully experimental sculpture and drawing by talented Australian artist Peter D Cole, creating out of his studio in Kyneton, a town in Victoria, Australia.
A series of five unique lamps by Portuguese designer Carlos Borges, with his inspiration being the artistic and architectural philosophy of Constructivism.
Sophie-Elizabeth Thompson, a British artist living in Barcelona, experiments with a mixture of sculpture that's abstract, minimal and pure.