Sculptures
Sculptures
Featuring exceptional craftsmanship, inspiring forms and ingenious handling of materials, sculptures add character and personality to the home. Luminaire's collection highlights the true atelier capability of designers. From Ernst Gamperl's remarkable textural wood vessels, handcrafted from fallen trees, to contemporary designer Cristina Dias' ironic mouth-blown glass bell Balloon, these sculptural objects represent the strongest visions in ethereal design.
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/images/products/thumbs/605.jpg Freely formed organic vessels, Klaar Prims Amorf Vases are mouth-blown by the Belgian designer in a range of vibrant colors. The sinuous shapes are contrasted with a sharp, polished edge which creates an interesting visual tension. Amorf Colored Glass Vase Klaar Prims
/images/products/thumbs/416.jpg Abstracted to their most essential and defining elements, designer Jean-Sebastien Poncet's Animali Domesticki is a series of minimal, decorative wood animals. Animali Domesticki Jean-Sebastien Poncet
/images/products/thumbs/369.jpg Consisting of an aesthetic search for shape and material, Thierry Martenon's work focuses on the outline of his handcrafted objects. In his Ash Sculpture, simple and pure lines endow the three objects with serenity while the surface treatment shows the craftsmanship of the work. Ash Sculpture Thierry Martenon
/images/products/thumbs/215.jpg Glowing bands of Murano glass are fused together to create a single vessel and the result is beautiful and calm. It is fitting that the technique used to join the glass is known as the Incalmo method. Designed in 1968 by Tapio Wirkkala for Venini, the gently curving shapes of the bottles are set off by vibrant swaths of red and green, subdued with softer shades of blue and gray. Bolle Bottles Tapio Wirkkala
/images/products/thumbs/285.jpg A seamless hemisphere, John Pawson's Bronze Bowl for the Belgian atelier When Objects Work refrains from the use of flatness in the base in order to persevere the integrity of the profile's smooth curve. Filled with sand, the bowl rests steadily on a surface, arousing curiosity. Bronze Bowl John Pawson
/images/products/thumbs/824.jpg The Colossus Sculptures designed by Argentine Julian Pastorino includes a collection of seven funky and simple porcelain pieces ideal for a one of a kind gift. Made of pure white porcelain, each of the seven figurines has their own character, physical features and individual stories. Colossus Sculptures Julian Pastorino
/images/products/thumbs/557.jpg Simple in form, the colorful Glass Bottle Vases by Pols Potten are made by hand so each object is slightly unique in form and hue. At first glance, the vases are pure and understated, yet the clarity of form and depth of coloration make the vases special. Glass Bottle Vases Pols Potten
/images/products/thumbs/757.jpg Jan Philip Holler's Haus Paperweight is a playful object reminiscent of architectural building blocks. Offered in a warm, oiled walnut, the object is inspired by the archetypal imagery of houses and each version is distinguished by its respective roofs - pitched, hip or shed. Haus Paperweight Jan Philip Holler
/images/products/thumbs/408.jpg Utilizizing historic Thai wood-working techniques to create a stunningly modern yet warm sculptural object, Handsen & Handsen's Mahogany Pots for Belgoflor are texturally rich and intriguing. Use them to add a more personal and natural element to a modern interior for a unique contrast of styles and materials. Mahogany Pots Handsen & Handsen
/images/products/thumbs/568.jpg A study in contrasts and poetics, Francois Azambourg's Monoblade Mobile is set into motion at the slightest touch of air. Made entirely by hand in Atelier Azamboug in Paris, the mobile is part of a limited edition series of exercises in wind. Monoblade Mobile Francois Azambourg
/images/products/thumbs/586.jpg Sinuous in form, Studio Parade’s Parade Vase was conceived using computer rendering software. Consisting of three ceramic legs, the object is held together by a simple steel clip. Parade Vase Studio Parade
/images/products/thumbs/461.jpg Christoph Finkel's Rillen Vessels showcase the German artist's ability to capture the intrinsic, natural qualities of various species of wood in stunning, sculptural vessels. Initially the result of an incorrect cut into a piece of wood, Finkel began to experiment with the possibilities of deep reveals and undulating lines cut into his vessels resulting in his unique, signature aesthetic. Rillen Vessels Christoph Finkel
/images/products/thumbs/368.jpg Handcrafted following a design by Belgian artist Guido Deleu, The Visitor Sculpture is a series of ceramic figurines finished with only natural elements like clay and color pigments. The Visitor Sculpture Guido Deleu
/images/products/thumbs/214.jpg Raw and slender, French artist Johannes Beccer's one-of-a-kind wood sculptures abstract recognizable forms to the most essential elements. Twiggy Sculpture Johannes Beccer