Styrene lighting by Paul Cocksedge

September 19th, 2012 by retail design blog

To celebrate 10 years in design Paul Cocksedge has returned to his 2002 graduate piece from the Royal Collage of Art, and re-issued this stunning multi-faceted light. Created out of hundreds of heat-shrinked styrofoam coffee cups, once illuminated the light shade projects subtle and intriguing shadows across the surround surfaces.





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