Sebastian Wrong Perspective Shelf
  • Sebastian Wrong Perspective Shelf
This simple plywood construction functions as a wall mounted shelf that plays on perspective form. Wrong cites the aesthetic of Modern Architecture pioneer Le Corbusier, particularly the oak cabin Le Corbusier built as a study in minimalism, as his stimulus. Perspective questions normality and challenges our interaction with the object and our own space.

‘I wanted the piece to refer to this era and beyond to the present day where art and design have become less defined’ says Wrong.

Design:
Sebastian Wrong

Manufacturer:
Established & Sons