Monumental - Grand Scale. Height 250cm, Width 115cm, Depth 125cm
Artist & Title:
Lachlan Ross 'United'

The rings of unity stand tall and monumental with this stunning stainless steel sculpture! Crafted from tiny marine-grade stainless steel pieces, each link is intricately welded in perfect form to create the three rings as they join to represent Unity, This detailed sculpture would make a stunning foyer entrance piece in a corporate building, or would stand proudly in a stairwell lightwell. It was on show in Melbourne recently in the gantry area of the Grand Prix Formula One Paddock area. It could also work perfectly as a garden feature or as a monumental sculpture in a public space.

As light shines on this sculpture it creates a lovely reflective pattern making it appear to glisten as the admirer steps past or around the sculpture.

This Luxury Sculpture is currently available for purchase or rental. Call us on +61 3 9824 7000 or +61 433 33 8800 to enquire.
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Designed with a fixed 'male' fitting at its base, the sculpture can be provided to our clients with a matching steel 'female' fitting which can later be mounted into concrete, wood, steel, stone or any suitable material of your choice. Your design professional or builder will be best to advise you on your options and can easily incorporate the female fitting into your needs and requests. Otherwise please talk to us about plinth options currently available to you through our gallery.
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Artist Lachlan Ross was born and raised in Australia. His signature style is that of intricately woven pieces of marine grade stainless steel featuring a dichotomy of being both delicate and light in appearance - yet in fact they are solid and almost indestructible.

He generally produces larger scale works of abstract shapes, primarily produced in Stainless Steel and Corten steel and his works includes installations in many corporate buildings, hotels and shopping centres, whilst also adorning countless luxury residences across Australia and Internationally.

Photography Andrew Oatham