Sebastien Wiernick’s OnSite Installations Sculptured Furniture

Temporary installation at the gallery Into Art&Furniture, Berlin, Germany

Since 2002, Belgian designer Sebastien Wierinck has been creating his installations of sculptural furniture made of flexible polyethylene tubes. From public benches to cafe seating to temporary installations, his pieces always challenge the way people view and interact with environmental space. (Pics)

A theme that seems to be constant, however, is the idea of opening a space up to wider interaction with its participants through playful, thoughtful movement captured in design.  What results is a kind of neo-futuristic, half-alive kind of installation, beckoning the user to take part and become a part of its microcosm.

Sebastien Wiernick’s OnSite Installations Sculptured Furniture

 

Bench at Tokyo Eat, the restaurant of the Palais de Tokyo in Paris, France:

Sebastien Wiernick’s OnSite Installations Sculptured Furniture

Sebastien Wiernick’s OnSite Installations Sculptured Furniture

 

Bench with integrated desk in Lyon, France:

Sebastien Wiernick’s OnSite Installations Sculptured Furniture

 

Temporary installation in Brussels, Belgium:

Sebastien Wiernick’s OnSite Installations Sculptured Furniture

Sebastien Wiernick’s OnSite Installations Sculptured Furniture

 

Temporary installation in Marseille, France:

Sebastien Wiernick’s OnSite Installations Sculptured Furniture

Sebastien Wiernick’s OnSite Installations Sculptured Furniture

 

Bench in Marseille, France:

Sebastien Wiernick’s OnSite Installations Sculptured Furniture

Into Art&Furniture photos are by Frank Seehausen, all others are by Sebastien Normand

 

Via Contemporist

 

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