Recently mentioned on an instagram post, I shared that sculptures for the home are becoming a big thing. Both classic and contemporary. With this in mind I had to share the awesome minimalist sculptures by Danish designer Kristina Dam.
Sculptures are not the only thing in her portfolio there’s also furniture, art prints and home accessories. With a background in graphic design Kristina Dam aims to merge the world of art and interiors. This is evident in her current work with minimalistic forms and (some) ergonomic pieces. Kristina really has an eye for minimalism and superb use of high quality materials, I just had to share these pieces with you.
“Our love of good materials is part of our Nordic design inheritance – a legacy we take very seriously.”
The feature image above is a dream sphere for my desk or dressing table. Made of two turned wooden bowls, joined to make a sphere.
The Table and The Stool, with a no tool assembly. Simplicity at its best.
Dome vases, handmade from dark grey stoneware.
The Double Moon sculpture is made from two separate pieces of mirror stuck in a marble pedestal.
Black marble and brass candle sticks made of various square marble shapes. Place together in an elegant and simple, architectural expression.
These desk sculptures are so simple yet perfectly formed. Though they are small, their sculptural quality would enhance a desk or corner of any room.
Lastly what has caught my attention from Kristina Dam ‘s latest work are these two pieces. Firstly a cubed, mirrored table with marble top (swoon) and these sculptural marble book ends. They are uber contemporary and yet so on trend, all of these pieces make my head spin, in the best possible way.
Discover more of this minimalist designer, artist, creative on her site and your nearest shop. Her new Copenhagen studio will be open soon too, I can’t wait to see it!
images courtesy of Kristina Dam Studio
Your blog is so aesthetically pleasing!
This set is testament to the less is more power. Striking dark black against such reflective and starkly defined contours is guaranteed to make any space interesting and refined. The fact that these are all largely functional is a great excuse to splash out too!
great art in minimal sculpture
more apt with contemporary interior