At first, Unison by Korban/Flaubert, a studio founded by Janos Korban and Stefanie Flaubert, looks like a simple metal squiggle suspended from a ceiling. Yet this abstract form is not the realization of a child's drawing. Instead, its curving lines is meant to attract people to the heart of the King George Central, a new tower building constructed in Brisbane, Australia.
Made up of two components, Unison by Korban/Flaubert lies both inside and out in order to unify the two spaces, hence its name. Examining the tension between instability and equilibrium, the sculpture is full of movement. Essentially, as written by the designers, it is "an animated line in metal traces the outline of a fluid form."
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