TREND ALERT: BIOMORPHIC SHAPES

Our love for art, nature, and the fusion of the two is no secret, so biomorphic sculptures? Essentially our alphabet here at LES, it is very safe to say we are fans. With their unexpected forms and original shapes, curves and organic, asymmetrical lines, biomorphic sculptures and shapes bring a sense of movement and fluidity to an interior, reminding us of the beauty and wonder of the outside world. Biomorphic sculptures can offer a daily fresh perspective on the world, and inspire us to appreciate the beauty in the unexpected. Scroll to  check out some of our favorite artists and forms below, and to shop the Biomorphic Shapes Edit for our collection of available one-of-a-kind biomorphic sculptures.

 

 

´╗┐Julie Hillman Design

Atelier Brancusi, Paris´╗┐

´╗┐Valentine Schlegal┬á

 

 Valentine Schlegal

´╗┐Image via @hopengozistudio

´╗┐Jean Arp in his studio, 1958

´╗┐The Home of Brazilian sculptor Luiza Miller, 1968

 

´╗┐Kettle's Yard, Cambridge, England via @sauce.ldn

´╗┐Georges Jouve, 1954

´╗┐Image via @bicoastalinteriors

Barbara Hepworth

 

´╗┐Design by Nicholas Obeid

´╗┐Image via @atelier_am_inc

Image via @sahnndra 

´╗┐Image via @matteau

 

´╗┐Image via @soldgallery

´╗┐Carlyle Designs

 

Georges Jouve via @objet_la_ny

´╗┐Valentine Schlegal by Agn├Ęs Varda, 1955

 

´╗┐Kelly Wearstler

 

 

 

 

 

´╗┐SHOP THE BIOMORPHIC SHAPES EDIT:

Saguaro

by Doris Josovitz

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Alexia Candlestick Holder

by Fakasaka

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Flame

by Aleksandra Krasnopolska

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Flow Wall Sconce

by Evamarie Pappas

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Embracing Figures

Vintage Sculpture

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PEDASTAL XX

by Zeynep Boyan

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Callas

from The Iron Series

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Flow II

by Evamarie Pappas

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