From tape measures to furniture; I've been seeing stone forms everywhere. Or maybe I'm more sensitive to noticing them — below is a study three college friends and I did over a weekend our senior year. We were exploring how to build "intimacy" between people and objects. You can see that this attempt was based around material intrigue, but thinking back I wonder why we unanimous agreed to use a stone form.
To me stone shapes evoke a strong, serene, and unassuming intrigue. But I also think stones are one of those cool shapes everyone has a different relationship with. Maybe that's why we've seen it applied in so many different ways and at so many different scales. Here are some stone forms I've seen since: