Christian de Vietri Sculpture Throws Perth Riverfront For a Curve

Spanda's curves are lit by LED spots at the base. Photography by Robert Frith. To ensure a consistent curve for Spanda, a sculpture by Christian de Vietri on Perth's riverfront, structural engineers at ShapeShift’s workshop in Batam, Indo­nesia, sanded an arc composed of separate sections CNC-molded from resin-­infused carbon fiber. Spanda being constructed at ShapeShift's workshop. Photography courtesy of ShapeShift. Photography by Robert Frith. The largest, final arc was hoisted into place at a harborside site in Perth. Spanda's installation. Photography by Robert Frith. A team member in a cherry picker guided the arc into a pair of 10­-foot-­tall bases, ...

10 Questions With... Pascale Girardin

Pascale Girardin makes ceramics for architecture. The Montreal-based artist specializes in creating large-scale clay works for major hospitality and retail clients—recent ...