Vesel series lighting by Samuel Wilkinson

September 5th, 2011 by retail design blog

Each looks to celebrate the bulb from a different perspective. The designs were produced specifically to complement the flowing forms of the Plumen 001. When illuminated the glass tint mutes the light without hiding the form and produces an unexpected irregular reflection that appears holographic.

The outer wall of the Vessels is pierced by a fluid machined aluminium form which holds the bulb in the centre of the volumes. Every piece is totally unique as they are all mouth blown by eye, without a mould. by a local master craftsman. Of the three variations two can be either hung as a pendant or placed on a flat surface as a floor or table light. The angle cut form references the traditional type of impossible bottle (ship in a bottle).

Designed by Samuel Wilkinson







http://www.samuelwilkinson.com/

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