The Kustaa Saksi Paper Installation for Stockholm's Furniture and Light Fair plays with human perception. Born in Finland, the Amsterdam-based illustrator creates a vivid sculptural piece that is both visually stunning and sustainable in its design concept.
The artist works alongside Swedish architect Gert Wingardh to create the sculptural space that is constructed from 1120 A4-size paper stacks. The suspended sheets boast a wide spectrum of color hues and are manipulated to give off a multi-dimensional and seemingly holographic effect.
Inspired by famed ceiling frescoes and stained glass church domes, the design duo interpret a timeless architectural inspiration in a modern way. The Kustaa Saksi Paper Installation for Stockholm's Furniture and Light Fair steals the spotlight at the renowned design event creating a sensory experience for its visitors.
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