Illusive Luminaire by Ying Chang in Collaboration with Federico Trucchia

October 11, 2017

Plug and Play

Illusive Luminaire by Ying Chang in Collaboration with Federico Trucchia

During the recent London Design Festival we came across these ingenious modular light sculptures designed by Ying Chang, working in collaboration with Federico Trucchia.

The light is made from modules which can be stacked in different combinations, attached by magnetic connections with power supplied from the base.  The modules are in contrasting ornamental shapes (made possible using 3D printing technology) designed to moderate the level of illumination and to cast intricate shadows.  We love the striking form of the light and the playfulness of the design concept, a perfect marriage of light and sculpture.

Illusive Luminaire by Ying Chang in Collaboration with Federico TrucchiaIllusive Luminaire by Ying Chang in Collaboration with Federico TrucchiaIllusive Luminaire by Ying Chang in Collaboration with Federico TrucchiaIllusive Luminaire by Ying Chang in Collaboration with Federico Trucchia

Links

Ying Chang

Shop the Style

Sculptural Style

Product Inspiration

Make a strong design statement with sculptural furniture such as the Clay table from Desalto, the Chariot trolley from Casamania and the Untitled concrete chair from New Works.
Clay Table Round - Dark Grey Lava Stone  Chariot Trolley  Untitled Concrete Chair

 

LZF makes all their lights using wood veneer manipulated into intricate and sculptural shapes, such as the Dandelion suspension light.  We also like the Elma floor light from Incipit and the Table Tower table light from Frederik Roije.

Dandelion Suspension Light  Elma Floor Light  Table Tower Table Light

 

For beautifully sculptural accessories check out the Ema & Lou vase from Ghidini 1961, the Slide serving tray from Finell and the Heirloom vase from Moustache.

Ema & Lou Vase   Slide Serving Tray  Heirloom Vase 3






You may also like:

Coexist Collection by Slash Objects

May 24, 2019

Coexist Collection by Slash ObjectsBalance and harmony are the orders of the day with the Coexist collection of furniture, winner of the prestigious top prize at the NYCxDESIGN awards. Brainchild of architect and designer Arielle Assouline-Lichten of Slash Objects, the collection includes products which are all about the juxtaposition of contrasting materials.

View full article →

Prismatic Apartment in Moscow by SHKAF Architects

May 02, 2019

Prismatic Apartment in Moscow by SHKAF ArchitectsHow to create visual interest in a small, minimalist space without sacrificing functionality? One intriguing solution, according to Moscow based SHKAF Architects, is to create a labyrinthian space with plenty of sharp angles and unexpected nooks.

View full article →

Jamie Wolfond's Industrial Inspirations

April 26, 2019

Jamie Wolfond's Industrial InspirationsThe starting point of Canadian designer Jamie Wolfond's designs are often mundane everyday objects or standard industrial processes. The end products, however, are far from ordinary.

View full article →

Sign up to receive emails on the latest sales, new products and more!