Previously, we have been witness to the wonder of wire-frame inspired designs courtesy of the Bulbing LED lamps. And now, Taiwan’s Noiz Architects brings back the glory of these ‘delicate’ arrangements through their unpretentiously christened ‘Wireframe Collection’ (for National Taipei University of Education’s museum lobby).
As many of us design enthusiasts would know, the wire-frame assembly literally upholds the scope of a bare-bones structure. In other words, they form a part of the inconspicuous geometry before the designs take their true commercial forms as finished products. The designers have tried to convey that unique CAD-oriented ambit to these novelty decor items, and the results are strikingly remarkable to say the least. with the ‘minimalist’ collection being crafted from very thin (3 mm) black steel rods. covering various furniture specimens, including – sofas, chairs, cabinets and even house plants.
The ‘minimalist’ flavor of the collection is endowed by the very thin (3 mm) black steel rods that were used for the refined compositions. This fascinating confluence of the digital realm with the real-world environment presumably gives the museum lobby an ethereal air with a certain dash of futurism.
You can also take a gander at more such sublime specimens by following the architects’ site.