I am fascinated by the exquisite architecture of organic cellular structures. These forms and pairs of delicate formations reflects upon the complexity of growth.
Another aspect of this work is the material language of steel and glass: that of our built world, with the engineered frame constraining these almost fluid glass elements.
The amorphous curves expose the structure of organic growth. On closer inspection each element is similar but not identical to the next, the whole becomes reliant on the sympathetic pliability between the intersecting forms.
This work affords an exploration on continuity. With the contrasting convex and concave surfaces providing different aspects to investigate the structure of these delicate elements.