Numerous experiments with materials and shapes resulted in a new production method : “Flux”
Flexible steel tubes are shaped by hand and become strong and rigid after curing.
Each item is handcrafted, shaped without the use of any molds, machinery, or constructional elements, making each object a unique piece.
The shape is created free-formed by hand and bound by the flexible characteristics and radius of the material.
The “Flux”-series consists of organic and dynamic objects that are inspired by nature:
The way that plants, trees, organisms and rivers meander, grow and flow. Seemingly random and chaotic, but following destinate paths.
First object in the FLUX-series:
“FLUX -candelabrum” Floor standing candle-holder
The base of the candelabrum is made of chaos: Steel tubes squirm, wriggle and coil organically. From the chaos rises a straight geometric stand. It continuous to flow, and meanders into four arms. The four arms can hold 4 diner-candles or four big candles.