“Gratte-Ciel Project I”, 1987, Belgian black marble, 155 x 45 x 45 cm

« In 1987, I had imagined these twin towers, following my stays in New York during the eighties. At the time, I dreamt that the « Twins » of the World Trade Center, so rectilinear and parallelepiped, would be more curved and more sensual (like a symbol of love), and also that the relationship of the two towers would be more interactive, that they would provide more varied viewing angles, always animated by their changing reflections …  »

Benoît Luyckx

“Gratte-Ciel Projet IV”, 1988, Belgian black marble, 72 x 48 x 64 cm

“Gratte-Ciel Projet V”, 1988, Belgian black marble, 78 x 45 x 73 cm

“Elévation II”, 2000, Belgian Blue Stone, 59 x 32 x 16 cm

“Architecture et Volupté”, 1995, Belgian Blue Stone, 21,5 x 25 x 15,5 cm

“Strates et Lumière”, 1995, Belgian Blue Stone, 42,5 x 42,5 x 13,5 cm

“Colonne Duo”, 1993, Belgian Blue Stone, 91 x 50 x 33 cm, Het Depot Foundation collection, Holland