Material: Casted aluminium
His work Viva Shona Viva is a cast in aluminum wallpiece that is the result of a search for an atypical pattern. The piece that conveys a certain energy through its composed and balanced rhythm. Using a lost/fire casting technique, each piece is unique.
It reminds us of De Bruder Klaus Kapelle in Wachendorf, Germany, a remarkable, unique and world-famous structure in the Eifel landscape, designed by the Swiss architect Peter Zumthor. He started with the frame of the building. Tree trunks were placed in a tent shape and formed the formwork for concrete casing around it. Afterwards, a smoldering fire was built inside which charred the tree trunks inside the chapel. This fire burned for three weeks.