Carolina’s background as a goldsmith leads to a refinement in her work. Her endless search for the perfect aesthetic proportion and fairness in the design make her designs pure and clear. Through her pieces, she leaves an identifiable signature. “My background as a goldsmith is also visual in the rest of my work, even when I design a big cabinet. Not only in the way I construct it, but also in the details.”
As an artist Constant was very much socially involved. Central in his work is the question whether the need to creative expression of individuals can lead to a social revolution. Art is his eyes wasn’t a matter of pure beauty, but an expression of a deep sense of life. To renew himself, Constant was looking for a new abstract imagery. In the fifties he made a large number of constructions that weren’t only meant as independant sculptures but also as architectural scale models. Therefor, besides his brush, also the soldering iron became an important tool. End of the fifties these constructions were incorporated in New Babylon, a design for an imaginary world city of the future. Here mankind wouldn’t have to work anymore and could develop his creativity to the max.