Introducing the new handcrafted designs from Melbourne husband and wife duo of Lump Sculpture Studio
Lump Sculpture Studio is one of Australia’s premier urban art design and sculpture studios. Specialists in metal work, they are the industry leader in designer laser cut and hand-cut metal screens and light sculptures made from corten steel, aluminum, plexiglass, copper, brass or stainless steel.
Lump caters for smaller private works, design commissions for architectural and landscape environments, and also design and manufacture for public art projects, from decorative screens, sculptures and playscapes to other site-specific artworks.
The Fairfield studio is headed up by Chris Vassallo and Timothea Jewell, a husband and wife team, whose philosophy is ‘Evolve. Design. Create.’ A talented team of 10 artists, engineers and metal workers supports the pair and all designs are created in-house from hand-drawn original designs and manufactured. Lump’s works have been awarded at the Chelsea Flower & Garden Show and the Melbourne International Flower & Garden Show, exhibited at architectural show DenFair, as well as commissioned by the likes of The City of Melbourne (all of the city’s xmas decorations) and Westfield.
The new designs – planters and light features – and are bold, monochromatic, are customisable according to personal colour preference and can be utilised for both interior and exterior spaces. All pieces are designed and hand fabricated in their Fairfield workshop and are available for purchase in their Collingwood shopfront. They range in price from $935 – $3,690.
Lump Sculpture Studio co- director Timothea Jewell said the new designs – The Bullet Hanging Planters, Base Planters, Shard Planters and the Round Light Features – were created for clients who wanted sculptural and functional pieces suitable for both indoor and outdoor spaces.
“There are limited artistic designs in the marketplace that marry both form and function for interior and exterior spaces,” Timothea said.
“The Hanging and Base Planters are inspired by retro look where we experimented with geometric shapes, graphic colour combinations, contrasting finishes and exaggerated size options”.
“We created a base pot that had options to be suspended from a roof or beam, or be positioned on the floor as a striking feature piece”.
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