Architectural geometry

For our new vase range we have been particularly inspired by the reflective surfaces and geometric patterns used in many architectural structures.

From this starting point we experimented in our usual media of folding paper from flat to from, before testing with various types of metal sheet. During the experiments we came across some exciting results with the final outcome produced on one sheet of metal which folds and locks to create each vase. Here's a small selection of some of the images that have influenced our new range and been on our studio walls for the last few months.


Top, from left to right:

One Coleman Street, London - David Walker Architects 

Kunstmuseum, Stuttgart, Germany - Hascher and Jehle Photography - k_man123

Oxford Street Facade, London - Future Systems - Jan Kaplický & Amanda Levete Found on - ioNoi

Bottom, from left to right:

Ismaili Centre, London - Hugh Casson Photography - Crispin Boyle

The National Theatre - Denys Lasdun Photography - anotherstudio_

Bermondsey Square Bicycle Station, London - Sarah Wigglesworth Architects PhotographyMark Hadden


Posted on June 20, 2014 .