Branches and twigs all bend in the ways that Brooklyn-based designer wishes to as he constructs different shapes in his large-scaled natural sculptures. Charlie Baker is the name, and he envisions discrete spaces for his blending constructions, that feel perfectly in and out of the place like the beautiful treetop nest with a round table and chairs. There are often some hidden hints that highlight the secret passageways. With a background in landscape design, Baker still draws inspiration from it as he tries to make his objects look as lively as possible. “I like the sense of motion the curvy pieces create because, to me, it gives a sense that the artwork is living, growing,” Charlie shared. With every piece he makes, Charlie carefully positions and designs his artwork while considering the interaction with its surroundings, the way the piece ties in with the nature. Artist also works on few other projects, including the ‘children’s tree platform’ and ‘kitchen garden’. Make sure to follow his work via Instagram, and his official website.
“I am constantly considering how my creations interact with their surroundings, how they tie in with nature.”
“With my artwork, it’s no different,” – said Charlie Baker.
“I like the sense of motion the curvy pieces create because, to me, it gives a sense that the artwork is living, growing.”