My installations are like little temples, shrines or places of contemplation. I build them to create moments of peace and quietness in urban areas. I want my work to serve as a reminder of our inseparability with nature. Today’s world is evolving faster than ever; there is a need to rapidly adapt, which I strive to respond to, by using parametric design. I seek to build installations that will stand the test of time by making each component interdependent and adaptable. I also aim to use less material to produce less waste. Additionally, I am looking to power more of my light work with sustainable energy.

Malte Kebbel

All materials used for my installations are recyclable. They are durable and made of modern sandwich composites, which reduce the material dimensions many times, saving additional materials. In addition, the installation uses replaceable LED lines that minimize power consumption and provide sustainable waste management in case of failure. In the future, it is planned to power all installation with solar and / or wind energy, which will allow self-sufficient power generation.

Malte Kebbel
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