Fandango light by Danny Fang for HIVE

January 25th, 2012 by retail design blog

I found a photo of a flamenco girl throwing her dress all around with great power and expression. This photo inspired me to make a light with similar drama and expression to spice up our modernistic world. To achieve this theatre and energy we had to develop new materials. Through an intricate process of working on the materials, we created petals made of fabric that we could mould in any shape, diffused the light and defied gravity. This light wants to dance in freedom, so give her space to work her gipsy magic.

Designed by Danny Fang
Manufactured by HIVE






http://www.fangstudio.com
http://www.kezu.com.au/index.cfm?page=product&pid=3304

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