Hadron lighting by Joe Doucet

November 2nd, 2013 by retail design blog

It’s often said that a little chaos can lighten up any situation. We like the sentiment so much we decided it needed to come alive. Hadron is a pure form in hand-blown translucent black glass containing a 20 meter stretch of EL (electroluminescent) wire to create some wonderfully contained chaos.

Designed by Joe Doucet
Photo: Kendall Mills


http://joedoucet.com

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