The design of our Tilted Cube Sculpture is inspired by op-art graphics, three-dimensional cubes are nested in a sculptural web and displayed on a solid pedestal. Use this piece on its own for a dose of drama or layer it into a collection of objects to heighten the drama. Features:
- Iron with brass welding.
- Small- 6"L x 6"W x 15"H
- Medium- 6"L x 6"W x 20.5"H
- Large- 6"L x 6"W x 24"H
DwellStudio Tilted Cube Sculpture
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About the Manufacturer
DwellStudio was founded by Christiane Lemieux in 1999 in an effort to bring modern textile design to the world of bedding. Christiane was soon joined by Jennifer Chused, and later by Christiane’s husband, Joshua Young. The company quickly established itself as a leader and innovator in the bedding market — and has expanded to a fuller offering of home furnishings products, including tabletop and baby and junior bedding. With a unique sense of color, an unwavering commitment to quality, and always remaining a step ahead of the crowd, DwellStudio continues to create its own distinctive interpretation of home furnishings design.
Following on the success of DwellStudio’s adult collections, the baby collection was launched in 2002. Since its beginning as a select collection of crib bedding, the line has grown to include crib accessories, stuffed animals, bibs, towels, and stroller accessories — and remains the distinctive, modern voice in today’s baby market. We think products for babies should be well designed, aesthetically pleasing, and able to work seamlessly within the parent’s home. We think all babies should be dwell babies….let them begin in style.