Abstract & Exuberant

“My works always blur the boundaries between art and architecture. I articulate sensual spaces with meaning. Concept-driven projects that are sensitive to the environment, culture, and technology.”

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The 38-year-old graduate of the Architectural Association in London describes the experience of the Infinity House as “falling into an Escheresque rabbit hole and into an anomalous garden of raw concrete with oxidized metal, bentwood, and textural stone.”

The germ for the design began as one of four laser-cut wood sculptures Calma made for an art exhibit called “Assemblages” in 2016 at Provenance Gallery. The homeowner took a liking to one of the pieces, envisioning it as the inspiration of

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