The AIS-1 TOPOGRAPHIE white rectangular wall sculpture is a captivating and modern 3D piece of art for your wall.
This contemporary wall sculpture by Sebastian Welzel Design is created from 864 coloured triangles that are put together at random by hand ensuring each piece unique. It captivates through its reflections and its changes in colour, the three-dimensionality of this art allows new vivid shades of colour to emerge and disappear depending on the angle you admire it from, making it a modern and timeless design object
The AIS Series was inspired by Sebastian's friends opening an ice cream parlour in Berlin Neukölln. The cheerful and colourful selection in the ice cream display was playful, bright and appealing – just like the AIS-1.
It is light-coloured and rich in contrast at the same time and thus suitable for a bright as well as a dark background. The playful combination of colours is universally compatible with different styles of interior design and comprises along its main colour white various vibrant neon colours – yellow, pink, green and orange – as well as blue, red, beige, black, gold and silver.
Material & Manufacturing: laminated cardboard with a high light fastness on a thin support plate made from wood; handmade combined with modern laser technology, exclusively “made in Berlin”; solid workmanship despite light materials
Solid wood backplate (hand-signed by designer)
Laser cut high quality laminated cardboard (UV resistant)
Measurements: W98 cm x H84 cm x D3 cm
Weight: 3 kg
Shipped from Germany
Sebastian Welzel, architect and product designer from Berlin, graduated in 2016 from his architecture studies at Technische Universität Berlin presenting his façade design “Waterscape” which set the starting point for his wall sculptures – his design objects. Living in Paris from 2012 until 2013, Sebastian Welzel worked for the renowned firm Dominique Perrault Architecture. Before that he worked as model maker for German artist Thomas Locher.
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