101.86° light layers by Thomas Vailly & Laura Lynn Jansen

July 9th, 2015 by retail design blog

By researching Icelandic glaciers, Thomas Vailly and Laura Lynn Jansen were led to investigate the qualities found in naturally occurring crystals. With the application of contemporary methods, the duo conceived 101.86°, a lighting object which generates a layering of colourful illumination for a subtle yet eye-catching result. Resting along a simple wooden ledge with an integrated uplight, transparent panes can be interchanged and slid to overlap each other, generating a radiant and dynamic light source.

Design: Thomas Vailly / Laura Lynn Jansen
Photography: Norbert Van Onna

via Framewb

ContinuumFloor by Massimo Broglio for Corà Parquet
Natural, charming, intense - The wooden boiserie shows itself in a new conte...
De Pratti Department Store by Ares Arquitectos, Guayaquil - Ecuador
The driving idea for the new concept emerges from “a walk” in the countrysid...
Silvering collection by Verreum
Silvering is the chemical process of coating glass with a reflective substan...
Sacolas do Brasil shopping bags from Pão de Açúcar
With a modern design, the bags feature the cities’ skylines, highlighting th...

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *