The Danish artist and designer Jakob Jørgensen aims for objects with a strong, sculptural expression. In his design he strives to create an expression that possesses the same depth as a work of art but which also fits naturally into everyday life as a functional object. Jakob Jørgensen’s recent steel tube sculptures, seatings and lightings are exploring this interdisciplinary field in a poignant manner. Their physical impact is challenging both the artist, while making them, and the spectator. By heating the steel tube up to 1000 degrees Celsius and forming it with a pressure of 100 tons, Joergensen manages to give the metal tube unexpected fluid qualities. By the deformation of the metal tube, new sculptural dimensions gracefully emerge from the hard material. The tube objects are interesting in that when the cylinder, which is a geometric basic form, is deformed, all possible organic forms start occurring.