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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

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