Black Light by Diana Dumitrescu

February 1st, 2013 by retail design blog

Geometric Design. Ambient Light.
By using free-form curves, surfaces and volumes I wanted to represent the concept of a basic shape transformed in a complex structure.Having a black bulb instead of a regular one adds a detail that makes a big difference in the interpretation of the the final product.

I’m using both black tinted incandescent bulbs and black light bulbs that can be used for different moods. The black tinted incandescent bulb emits a natural ambient light. The black light bulb emits an ultraviolet radiation which is invisible to the human eye. By having the shape around the bulb fluorescent, the observable light will be the actual glow of the structure.

Designed by Diana Dumitrescu















http://www.behance.net/DianaDumitrescu

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