EXTL Lights by David Irwin for Deadgood

November 12th, 2012 by retail design blog

The extruded lights (‘EXTL’ for short), are a pair of small multi-faceted pendant lights produced in aluminium and finished with either a matt black, gold or silver anodised lustre. Both lights are manufactured out of a single length of three millimetre thick aluminium, dissected at varying angles allowing for two styles to be produced from one section of extruded material.

Each light consists of five identical profiles which are bound together with a black silicon band. This highly engineered solution effectively demonstrates both the efficiency and the precision of this time honoured industrial process. Available from Deadgood in two sizes.

Designed by David Irwin for Deadgood

http://www.davidirwin.co/

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