exploring intersections between industrial design and nature
Hsiang Han Hsu explores logics and connections between type and nature in industrial manufacturing, uncovering prospects for inventive expressions inside their intersections. The brand new sequence titled ‘VORTEX’ attracts inspiration from the fluid mechanics and manufacturing processes of ship propellers and captures these natural types in daring but understated renderings. The ensuing volumes, made by misplaced wax casting in each chrome steel and bronze, reveal concurrently sturdy and gently swirling sculptures.
VORTEX sculpture | all pictures courtesy of Hsiang Han Hsu
Hsiang Han Hsu explores fluid mechanics in ship manufacturing
Fusing components of nature with expertise ‘VORTEX’ embraces the great thing about industrial design with sturdy metal and bronze volumes accomplished with shiny, reflective finishes. The items encapsulate the great thing about fluidity and flowing types, and the basic qualities of metallic materiality which ‘catch the observe of the time’ and create distinctive textures and vitality.
The gathering was conceived by Hsiang Han Hsu, founding father of Hsiang Han Design, a multi-disciplinary design studio based mostly in Taipei and Milan, for UN- — a Taiwan-based collective that includes restricted version artwork items and collectible design objects.
the VORTEX sculptures are made by misplaced wax casting in each chrome steel and bronze
concurrently sturdy and delicately swirling volumes
an exploration of logic between type and nature in industrial manufacturing
the items encapsulate the sweetness and elemental qualities of metallic materiality with distinctive textures
VORTEX attracts inspiration from the fluid mechanics and manufacturing processes of ship propellers
misplaced wax casting in progress
rendering a elegant end in chrome steel
designer: Hsiang Han Hsu
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