The Upper House
Italy-based Taiwan sculptor Cynthia Sah’s piece located on L6 of The Upper House reflects the Chinese philosophy of essential equilibrium. Sah’s pieces are often sensual and curvaceous, and reside in a stark yet aesthetically pleasing contrast to the geometric lines of André Fu’s distinct design at The Upper House.
Cynthia Sah was born in 1952 in Hong Kong and now lives in Pietrasanta, Italy. Sah received her BA from Bard College and MA from Columbia University. Her recent sculptures are shapes of fluidity in stillness; classical in their elegance, and expressive in their subtle sensuality. Sah’s works are icons of restful movement. Sah has been awarded numerous prizes and has been commissioned for many important public works.