The Sense of Unity

Steel, zinc coating, polyurethane paint finish
Height 2.6m, by 60cm by 60cm
Limited edition of 8

The Sense of Unity is a sculpture that draws upon the inherent geometries of nature. The sculpture pays homage to the pioneering educator Friedrich Froebel, who introduced stick and pea construction to young children. Learning through play, children developed a sensitivity to form and space. Many artists, designers and architects recognised the importance of their play with these elements as children such as Buckminster Fuller and Frank Lloyd Wright. This sculpture is constructed from the repetition of the equilateral triangle to form the tower structure. Connections forming links between elements to become part of the whole – Unity.