In a collaboration of artist and designer, this line of sculptural stone artwork was created from the vision of interior designer, Amy Meier, and principal Stone Yard artisan, Mitch Brean. Inspired by plaster molds that art students use to study form and shape, which Amy found in a Paris flea market during her travels, these geometric forms mix contemporary and traditional design themes, with their modern shapes that are contrasted by their distressed finish. Styling these pieces is left to the eye and intent of the designer: highlight just one sculpture or line them all up, stack them, layer them, or create whatever style profile your heart desires.
Forme No. 3’s wide, weighty base finishes in a dramatically angled slope for a distinctive profile that, depending on the varying light, casts interesting interplays of light and dark off its smooth surface. This shape can be purchased on its own or with any number of other complex, artful shapes that make up the exclusive Amy Meier Collection for Stone Yard. Ideas for styling these pieces of sculptural artwork are limitless—place them artfully atop each other, line them up in a row, or showcase one or more individually on a surface in any room under any design plan. These stone art pieces are as versatile as they are captivating, and bring a layer of dimension to esoteric design projects.