Antje has worked closely with clients to create one-off contemporary pieces for private collections as well as for commercial displays or editorial photoshoots.
From creating an individual piece just for you to crafting and curating full table or window displays, below are some selected work examples.
Bespoke Display Plinths
A 'wonky' but stackable soft beige grey display design.
The plinths feature 4 shades of concrete, have moulded straight, bend wonky sides and some pieces offer hard chiselled surfaces.
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by armacmartin.co.uk - Armac Manufacturing (Brassfounders) Ltd
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Bespoke & Exclusive Concrete Jewellery Box
This geometric concrete ring box is from design to finish the most elaborate design yet. But feel invited to check out the blog post to see what was involved over here!
This jewellery box is designed and finished exclusively for Milly Maunder Designs. Feel invited to get in touch so we can design yours!
Customised Concrete Copper Geometric Bookend Sculpture Set
The sculpture set is based on one of my smaller modular sculpture sets but it became a new larger size and is poured in with a different pale grey concrete. The finish is very smooth and pale grey now as the copper attachment features in a greater contrast. The solids of the set are overall about 9inches and it has together a weight of about 6kg.
Diamond Sculptures For A Private Collection
My first geometric concrete sculpture design recreated in a bespoke size of 25x30cm, 12kg each. The set of three features two pale grey and one dark grey concrete diamond sculptures, finished so smooth that they apple to be almost gloss.
Pictured in the middle is the paperweight size in comparison to the bespoke sculptures.
Bespoke Geometric Sculpture Solids
A collection of my diamond designs mixed with bespoke geometric shapes all finished in an unique mix of dark & pale grey concrete - now stunningly put to use as jewellery displays!
Below are some workbench snaps during taken during the crafting process and on the right images by the jeweller Maria Goti
Modular Concrete Sculpture and Number Stands
It was requested to create a 10cm cube similar base for large metal numbers. However a simple cube was too bulky for the elegantly curved numbers and furthermore far to heavy as 10 had to find their way from London to the US.
As this was for one event only it was more or less a question of honour to make them so beautiful and fitting to each other that when afterwards placed together different geometric sculptures could be displayed.
Lets make it big!
My icosahedron and cub octahedron modular sculpture solid set was commissioned to grow up! The original size is about 7cm in height and the commissioned size is about 15cm, which gives the standard solid a weight of 450g while the commissioned solids have a weight of 4kg and 5kg.
‘The Renwick: Spirit of Old New York
What was once home to working artist studios and inspired lofts has become one of Manhattan's most unique and visually compelling Midtown East hotels. The historic building that holds The Renwick has served as a stomping ground for a passionate crowd of authors and intellectuals, including John Steinbeck, Thomas Mann, and F. Scott Fitzgerald. Today, we're serving another passionate crowd: travellers like you.
..... Residential-style suites are fashioned as stylish creative enclaves with easels and paint, writing paper and ink, inspired artwork and books, as well as upscale amenities to make our guests feel both comfortable and creative.’ [quote from therenwickhotelnewyork.com]
Large concrete diamond design - a bespoke design with extra smooth sides, and a raw and edgy base to keep the texture play alive
The Perfect Bookend
An extra wide and heavy diamond and a bauhaus style large ampersand make this bookend duo extra special
Custom Printed Concrete - examples of private and commercial commissions
For the TGV group has it become a marketing tool.
Dark grey 'TGV' logo print to one side and 'Creative Beings' on the other. The base reads PASiNGA for tgvdesign.co.uk
The perfect gif, in this case for a baptism! This trigonal dodecahedron is printed in two colours. The sigma is pink and is the first letter of the name of this baby girl. The birth day is in dark grey on a different side of the sculpture.
A custom printed large concrete bookend set.
It was lovingly chosen as a gift for the retiring Provost.