Dark Side of the Loom

Dark Side of the Loom studio rainbows history chromatic

Sébastien Preschoux

Sébastien Preschoux creates intricate installations in natural environments using hundreds of feet of multi-colored string.

Lost Time by Glithero for Perrier-Jouët

Inspired by Gaudí's ingenious method to create the perfect curve, Anglo-Dutch design duo Glithero have hung loops of beaded chain over a shallow pool of water in an installation for champagne house Perrier-Jouët

Harry Bertoia

Harry Bertoia untitled (Wire form) USA, c. 1955 melt-coated brass over steel 29 w x 9 d x h inches

Akiko Ikeuchi

the silk vortices of akiko ikeuchi string sculpture nature installation chromatic

Plexus No. 14

Gabriel Dawe, plexus site specific installation at galerie lot 10 + gütermann thread, painted wood and hooks + x x + 2012

Reverb Wire Chair - Minimalissimo

Reverb Wire Chair by Australian designer Brodie Neill and Italian design manufacturer

Cradle : Layer

Benjamin Hubert's design studio Layer has updated its hammock-like Cradle collection for Italian furniture brand Moroso with new technologies and pieces

Cradle : Layer

Layer's Benjamin Hubert designed the Cradle collection with Moroso utilizing a knitted mesh material that's similar to that found in the footwear industry.

Akiko Ikeuchi

For over two decades japanese artist Akiko Ikeuchi has been creating room-sized vortices of silk, tying hundreds of small knots in coloured thread to form

Man vs Machine

Artist Sébastien Preschoux created this illuminating installation project within a garden in Paris, France, as part of 'Nuit Blanche'.