It's funny the things you end up becoming obsessed with when you begin to decorate a home.
Until I started shopping for things for the flat I really had no idea how much I adored wire framed things, especially lighting. I knew my aesthetic would veer towards industrial, with concrete and grey dominating my interior, but the wire thing came out of nowhere.
The first wire piece I purchased was a replica Harry Bertoia chair, followed by a copper and concrete table lamp then a black wire candle holder.
For wire taken to the next level, Architect and Designer Stefan Bassing has it covered. He has created two intensely complex tables and a chair. His process of creating such mind boggling pieces involves digital sculpting, algorithmic modelling and object-orientated research.
Based in the UK, the designer received his architectural education in Stuttgart, Sydney and London. In the role of the design architect he has developed numerous projects ranging in scale from master plans to interiors. In 2012, as a scholar of the DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service), Stefan continued his research at the Bartlett School of Architecture UCL, starting to develop his own design approach and language. He remained with the school after his graduation as a unit tutor at the Bartlett GAD