Here are some pictures of artworks exhibited at Somerset House, London for the London Design Festival 2015. Click here to find out more on their website.
Frozen Waves and Broken Sublimes by Marc Quinn
This was the first time Quinn's installation was presented outdoors and the sculptures originate from the remnants of shells. The installation is located in the court yard of Somerset House, which contains fountains, this juxtaposition emphasis the work's connection to water.
The Drawing Room by Faye Toogood
This is Toogood's modernized version of the traditional English drawing room which is covered by charcoal sketches background. The juxtaposition between the solid rock materials of the furniture and the thin layered background balances out the 'strong and weak' elements.
The Wave by Alex Rasmussen and Neal Feay
This interactive installation was made with aluminium panels in a reflecting crystalline shades of Pacific blue
PATTERNITY with Paperless Post Connected by Pattern
This interactive installation that hopes to create spaces that connect us with others. It is an immersive piece that invites us to experience patterns in a different way.
My Grandfather Tree by British artist, Max Lamb
The artist made stools, tables and chairs of different shapes and sizes from a tree that was rotting in his grandfather's farm. Lamb tried to keep the tree in its most original form as possible by cutting the material into sections at regular intervals and only made alterations of the top and bottom in order to give function to the material.
For more information about his artworkclick here.
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