This series of sculptural pieces constitutes an ode to the brilliant architect Santiago Calatrava, and his unique and elegant aesthetic. Materialized in shiny silver and curved acrylic, these works refer to the architect's meandering lines, austere white materials and pure use of glass and light.
Isabel Englebert draws reference to some of Calatrava's most recognized and impressive works. Thus, the Lyon Saint-Exupéry TGV Station, the Tenerife Opera House and the Palau de les Arts become pure and synthetic geometric abstractions.
The architect's unique and symbolic style is recognizable in the sense of movement that Englebert's objects convey. Pieces that make reference to the joining of architecture, engineering and sculpture in a single project.