Richard Storer-Adam reviews the philosophy behind the organic steel sculpture built from weathering steel, nowadays known as corten steel, that has strikingly rusted both outside and inside, and that became a house over a period of 33 years.
Richard Storer-Adam looks at the methodology of this Canadian fabricator and welder who became an artist creating gigantic metal sculptures cutting and grinding each of the hundreds of highly reflective components himself.
Richard Storer-Adam investigates the use of stainless steel as cladding used decoratively for interiors and exteriors of buildings, including the famous Frank Gehry New York skyscraper, with a focus on its durability, aesthetic qualities and technical performance.
Richard Storer-Adam looks at the work of the Russian sculptor who coined the term Constructivism and created art works in the material that was the pre-runner of Corten steel.
Richard Storer-Adam looks at the Hungarian Bauhaus graduate and originator of tubular steel furniture and two of his most famous chairs – the Wassily chair and the Cesca chair.
Was this a success story or a failure? A brief overview of the iconic product and doomed car company.
A look at this now timeless design classic from the 1920’s and its inspirational designer.
A timeless selection from Bauhaus, Gropius, Wagenfield and Burchartz
The Essential Elements in a great design.
A look at these wonder metals that last the ages.
Black – a truly luxurious artistic colour We look at how this primal colour denotes status.
Looking at Jeff Koons striking and unforgettable sculptures.
Richard-Storer Adam takes us on a visit to marvel at British artist Anish Kapoor’s mesmerising bean- shaped mirrored stainless steel installation in the AT&T Plaza, Millennium Park in Chicago, Illinois.
Richard Storer-Adam is Managing Director of Double Stone Steel
Gates, but not as you know them, from the three Gahrs brothers.
Looking at the cladding which is both symbolic, decorative and central to this house design.
Looking at this extraordinary modernistic installation in Brussels from 1958
We take a visit to this triumphant installation in Seville.