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‘Unison’

Mar 8, 2013
  • Article by Online Editor
  • Photography by Sharrin Rees
  • Designer KorbanFlaubert

Sydney design duo Janos Korban and Stefanie Flaubert recently completed Unison, a stainless steel suspended sculpture located in the new King George Central building in Brisbane’s CBD.

Unison aims to draw people to the heart of the building – suspended both inside and outside, both pieces work together to create a unified zone and sculptural ‘canopy’ in the greater building area. Its shape follows the outline of a fluid form, with two opposing outlines interweaving and creating shifting shapes as passers-by move below.

Central to Korban/Flaubert’s work is the exploration of metallic lustre and ductility, as well as fluidity in metal manipulation.

korbanflaubert.com.au

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