Photography: Brussels Design Museum

Greek designers Eleni Petaloti and Leonidas Trampoukis have drawn on on the works of Constantin Brancusi and ancient Cycladic artefacts for their exhibition at the ADAM Museum in Brussels.

Dubbed Standing Stones, it sees the duo – who founded LOT Architecture and design practice Objects of Common Interest – fill the museum with translucent, inflatable sculptures inspired by Bronze Age relics found across the Greek islands of the Cyclades in the Aegean Sea, circa 3200-1050 BCE.

The totems merge modernist and ancient aesthetics and sit atop mirrored mounts that play with the surface of the sculptures and the context of the building, which features waffle-cone ceilings.

ADAM Brussels Design Museum: Trade Mart Brussels, Belgiëplein 1, 1020 Brussel, Belgium

Photography: Brussels Design Museum
Photography: Brussels Design Museum
Photography: Brussels Design Museum

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