Art At Max Towers
Art At Max Towers is a manifestation of our same ethos and philosophy that enable interactions thus building communities and bonds beyond work. Myriad moods and placement of these art works give us a sense of mystery and curiosity, and yet, cater to our playful side at the same time. Each piece is uniquely designed and installed by a world-class international artist that inspires us in many ways. Some of the artwork below can be found in Max Towers.
Angus Taylor, the acclaimed South African artist believes “Holderstebolder” to be an artwork devoid of any agenda or dogma. “If I were to translate ‘Holderstebolder’ (Afrikaans) into a local language, I would use Putha’ (Punjabi for upside-down). It is to invert, turn something on its head, and in this case, “the monument,” says Angus Taylor.
Birds of a Feather Flock
Birds of a Feather Flock Together is a masterpiece that symbolizes freedom and unity. It is crafted by award-winning artist Jaco Sieberhagen from aluminium, stainless steel and paint.
Seven Ruhan Jansen Van Vuurnen bronze sculptors
The seven Ruhan Jansen Van Vuurnen bronze sculptors on bases displayed at The Touchbase Lounge bring eclectic fun and playfulness to the arena.
Art in Lift Lobby
Continuing with the theme of lines and patterns, crafted by award winning artist Jaco Sieberhagen these playful cimbers around Lift Elevator Lobby are sure to put anyone in a jolly mood.