The "S" Sculpture is both a decorative piece as well as an exploration of volume. When we think of creating 3D pieces we will limit our vision for that piece keeping all directions equal. In this sculpture I wanted to design an S that not only played with the idea of varying depths but also heights. Made of concrete, it tests the concept we have of elegance and sculpture.
Also, because of its shape and its material it served as a possible concept for a building. From the outside at eye-level it would look like a slightly avant-garde modern structure. However the shape is also concerned with how a building appears from a birds-eye view.