Atomic Geometry All Aglow!

Atomic Light by Werteloberfell from WertelOberfell on Vimeo.

This 3D printed pendant, called the Atomic light, is at once a shading structure and illumination source! The unique printed material can be manually adjusted to control the output direction of the LEDs or create a shade from direct light by simply by moving the rings. As functional as it is sculptural, the resulting geometric aesthetic is so clean it’s even seemingly bulb-less!

Designer: WertelOberfell








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July 28, 2017 at 04:08AM