Random light by Moooi

July 5th, 2011 by retail design blog

Designed by Bertjan Pot and introduced in the Moooi collection in 2002, the Random Light has become a best seller right from the beginning. It transmit a feeling of simplicity, softness , lightness and a touch of magic in contemporary style. The production process is a special story by itself: a resin drained yarn is randomly coiled around an inflatable beach ball creating a translucent 3D fabric. The beach ball is then deflated and extracted from a round opening in the lamp. At the end the skin becomes the product. Soft and magic.

Material: fibreglass soaked in epoxy resin, chromed steel pendant
Colours: white, black
Dimensions: diameter 50 cm | 19.7”, diameter 80 cm | 31.5”, diameter 105 cm | 41.3
Photographer: Maarten van Houten


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