Interior DesignOutdoor and Landscape Design
An apple for eternity
By Florence von Pelet
Angela Schiewer, German designer and guest blooger for Modenus Germany, takes us into her world of interior design and presents her extraordinary and remarkable discoveries.
The apple, symbol of love, life and paradise.
Today’s look – surprising, the form is still the same but the size has increased.
The Brazilian artist and designer Lisa Pappon, created these amazing apple sculptures in gigantic sizes exclusively for BULL & STEIN . They are up to a diameter of 120 cm, a height of 100 cm and a weight of 140 kg.
These handmade objects are made of clay, organic pigments, precious stones, as well as gold and silver. The apples are available in many colors, glazed or matte, gilded and silvered. There is even a limited edition in bronze and transparent glass.
Depending on the material the apples are designed to be exposed outdoors others for interior use only.
The transparent sculpture made of blown glass sparkles like a jewel in the sun.
Every bronze apple is a unique copy. It is crafted in a traditional method in which the mold is destroyed to reveal the sculpture.
An apple for eternity!
©Photos: Henning Rogge
Bio Angela Schiewer
Designer Angela Schiewer studied fashion design in Italy and additionally textile design in Germany. She held a successful position for 10 years as design and product manager before she established her own studio ‘Schiewer Design’ in 2005.
She is working as a freelance designer and she is the founder of anManufaktur, a studio for hand screen printing textiles.
In 2012 she started her blog ‘design house no.9‘ and shares her findings in the fields of interior design, decoration, style and colors with her interested audience.