- materials: Aluminum, LED, Nylon, PMMA
- variations: horizontal & vertical sizes
- year: October 2016
A series of lighting elements as waving luminous vapour, which can vary in shape, colour and intensity.
The irregular shape found its origin by our fascination for movement of structures in nature and the contrast between straight and organic shapes. The way a flower blooms, how beautifully vapour grows up in the air or the hypnotising effect of rolling water.
These movements we translated into a series of light objects, that can take a surprising appearance. Gracefully, it may take different forms and curves by pulling or twisting the flexible outer shell. By doing this, you can manipulate the shape yourself.
The subtle emission of light appears on the pattern of the luminous bar. The flexible outer shell absorbs the light and glows out on its surrounding as a decorative lighting solution.
The initial series consists out of two colours, two sizes both in a horizontal and vertical version. The transparent shell has a soft feeling like a vapour, were the black version has a more graphical identity.
LED light is implemented in an in house developed light fixture. It is possible to change the intensity of light with the use of a dimmer. The colour temperature can be changed into warmer or colder light on request.
- sizes horizontal 100 – 120 cm
- sizes vertical 80 – 100 – 120 cm
- colours: black & transparent/white
- NEW: the naked version (without a sleeve photo 10)
Milan presentation April 2017
Photos: Studio Thier&vanDaalen