Delighted glass and concrete sculptures that were meant to be in this interior design inspiration you’ve been waiting for. That’s what we’re going to show you today. A unique hand in a self-taught world, artist Ben Young brought this amazing sculptures to life to bring us some of the most loving memories.
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Ben Young, the creator of this inspiring glass and concrete sculptures has been in the world of art for over 15 years. Inspired by nature, these home interior decorations bring the joy of the sea, the amazingness we feel everytime the cold water touches our feet and the greatness of it all.
The sculptures, inspired by the Australian landscape, embodie the precious beaches of the country. Oceans and bodies of water, each of the pieces is hand drawn, hand cut and handcrafted. Layer to layer until the end of the product, this artist doesn’t use any computer or high-tech machinery.
The pieces start by being hand-drawn, a thought and then, the execution. In the words of the artist “I work with 2D shapes and have to figure out how to translate that into a 3D finished piece. Sometimes my starting point changes dramatically as I have to find a way to layer the glass to create certain shapes.”
To make the sculptures inspirational and som emotional, the use of glass and light create the illusion of space, movement, depth and sense of spatial being.
Ben Young uses concrete because it complements the organic shape of the glass while at the same time, it contrasts between the textures and colours of the glass slices.
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The Yaodong Renovation. Architects of hyperSity renovated one decrepit cave home and turned into a dream. Full of natural light and ventilation, this cave home interior is to dream for.
Chez Hélène-Amboise Troglodyte. The original cave home presented had no plumbing, sewage pipes, or electricity. Turned into a luxurious and chic cave this is one you can’t miss.
Luque Earth Homes. Featuring double-height windows that let plenty of light into the partially underground homes, this is cave home is full of taste and natural light. The black and white fit so well together that combined with the natural light of the room that it gives the room the calming effect.
Cuevas del Pino. Natural materials like stone and timber complement the cave surroundings.
Rockhouse Retreat. This cave home was hand-carved from 250-million-year-old Triassic sandstone. Fully restored and renovated by Worcestershire native Angelo Mastropietro who has transformed the space into “Britain’s first luxury cave house” with all the creature comforts of home. It was even made the home available for rent on AirBnB.
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