Synthetic Nature by Vlad Tenu is Intricately Futuristic

By: Meghan Young - Dec 2, 2014
References: vladtenu & design-milk
The Synthetic Nature art exhibit might be comprised of sculptures that are inspired by architecture and other similar areas of design, yet there is something almost alien about it as well. Full of intricate patterns and abstract forms, there is an organic factor that can be interpreted in many different ways.

Created by Romanian architect Vlad Tenu, the Synthetic Nature exhibit there is also "an analogy with the molecular behavior of soap bubbles, which involve nature’s algorithms, geometrical constraints, and mathematical relationships," writes Design Milk. Tenu elaborates, "Synthetic Nature is an instance of my explorative research into spatiality, scale and materiality; all with deep roots in my architectural background. The work has transcended those levels by creating artifacts that are interpretable and adaptable to anything from jewellery, fashion, product design and interiors, architecture to fine art."