The RIDGELINE utilizes organic materials like wood and paper to frame light and accentuates the warmth from the piece. The fixture combines organic materials and electronics to create a soothing ambiance of hues that rotate via a programmed Arduino controller.
This piece fuses the practice of wood working, programming, electronics, and laser cutting.
The PIPELINE LAMP creates the illusion of levitation. The piece was inspired from a challenge to repurpose a discarded cylinder vase.
The light bulb complements the exterior shape of the vase, creating strong parallel lines between the interior and exterior forms.
The red silicone bulb holder provides a strong contrast to the transparency of the glass. The piece is assembled with cold working techniques.
The SKYLINE LAMP keeps with the traditional form of the table top shade lamp but exemplifies a contemporary reinterpretation through the materials selected.
The lamp’s structure is made with glass and when turned off, the light bulb appears to levitate. However, once switched on, the light reflects on the curved glass and adds multiple dimensions to the lamp and surrounding space.
The piece was selected by Plumen as one of the 9 best lamps of 2015. The piece was hand assembled in sunny San Francisco.
The TIME SIGNATURES is a two piece neon light fixture that can be arranged and configured with freedom and flexibility in mind. The orangish red piece gets its glow from neon and the light blue tube is filled with argon and a touch of mercury.