The Topos series was conceived as a series of sculptural works that abstractly referred to domestic objects in their size and shape. The works were created by following the natural flexibility of the woven stainless steel and the topological qualities it achieves when flexed on the bias. This flexing of the material was extended to a degree where it doubled back on itself and met at a single common seam line.

The series explored the potential of shaping a flat continuous piece of mesh that could be carefully flexed in an anisotropic way so as to transform the surface into a three dimensional object which was completed by zipping the edges together.