SHY Light by Bec Brittain

October 25th, 2012 by retail design blog

The SHY Light (taking its name from the initials of the designer’s grandmother) uses the spare beauty of thin LED tubes to define the edges of its shape; in this way the function of the piece is created by its form, and vice-versa. It is also inspired by crystalline structures, both by the shapes they take as well as their growth.

The modular hardware that comprises the SHY light can be reconfigured in a myriad of different ways, taking new shapes according to what the space demands; like crystals each can be different while sharing the same structural foundation. Each piece can be hung in any orientation. Custom requests welcome.

Designed by Bec Brittain

















http://www.becbrittain.com

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