Dürer in Aluminum Small
2.5" tall and 2" wide
This polyhedron was developed in New York City using a combination of CAD software, CNC milling, and careful artistry, and is exclusive to Still House. It has six pentagon and two triangle faces and gets it’s name from the shape pictured in Albrecht Dürer's 1514 engraving, “Melencolia I.”
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Sergio Silva is a New York City-based industrial designer who combines his love for architecture, art, and design with technology to make furniture and geometric sculptural objects.