"Dodecahedron" chandelier and optical instrument, larger size
"Dodecahedron" chandelier and optical instrument, larger size
"Dodecahedron" chandelier and optical instrument, larger size
"Dodecahedron" chandelier and optical instrument, larger size

By looking through the pentagram-shaped lenses everything behind it appears upside-down. Each of the twelve lenses is a poured lake of acrylic resin inside a sphere.

About Christian Wassmann

Architect and designer Christian Wassmann began his career at a young age in Switzerland. Interested in the intersection between the arts and architecture, his currently New York-based practice (housed in his Studio Christian Wassmann) focuses on the interconnections between art forms. The firm’s ideology is guided by the design principle “form performs function,” rather than the modernist mantra “form follows function.” Influenced greatly by urban life and geometry, Wassman’s designs for site-specific installations, furniture, interiors, and buildings capture the dynamism of his defining mantra. His recent exploration of geometric forms focused on platonic solids, creating five objects (light, table, chair, vase, cushion) that demonstrate how these forms can provide people with the basic everyday needs.

Swiss, based in New York, New York

Solo Shows on Artsy

2013
5 Platonic Objects, R & Company, New York