Light Wave by Till Grosch

June 15th, 2011 by retail design blog

The Light Wave is a communal lighting object that is made from modules of 50 x 50cm which can be combined in various pixel-type configurations into a bigger composition. Each module is designed in such a way that the curved outlines create a 3D shape that allows endless addition of modules – creating together a fluent movement of convex/concave shapes. Designed by Till Grosch

http://www.designscene.net/2009/08/light-wave-by-till-grosch.html

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One thought on “Light Wave by Till Grosch

  1. Arwa Kitabi says:

    Hello,I just wanted to know that which software have you used for designing your light, which i am really inspired by.

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