Widely celebrated Belgian design duo Muller van Severen were invited to create furniture and lighting for one of the Solo Houses, one-of-a-kind holiday homes in Spain designed by chosen top architects.
Muller Van Severen contributed their unique design touch to the Solo House created by Belgian architecture buro Office KGDVS.
The project inspired a series of sculptures and installations titles Wire S#, that will be presented at the 25th edition of the Biennale INTERIEUR 2016 in Kortrijk, Belgium. "It's an incredible place entirely surrounded by nature," said Hannes Van Severen and Fien Muller.
"We wanted to accentuate the openness of the space." The Wire S# designs are made out of stainless steel netting and are suitable for both indoor and outdoor use. "You can see through the object, but still, grasp the architecture. Transparency makes the objects present and absent at the same time. They don't impose themselves on you, while they continue to be sculptural," said the designers.
Fien Muller and Hannes Van Severen worked with a stainless steel netting of two by two-centimeter squares to create the daybeds, which they describe as looking like a curled up mattress or a sheet of paper. The pieces can be complemented with the addition of blankets, cushions or sheepskins.