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Experimenting with the natural flow of light through the frames of unlit light fittings has become a staple of large structured lighting. Some of the time light fittings are unused to illuminate a space, so to have a fitting which doubles as an architectural artwork means it will always a big part of the interior décor. Using the innovative designs to give people a sense of anticipation as to what the statement pieces will look like when lit, is becoming just as important. A sensory phenomenon is hoped to be achieved when the light and shadows are properly conveyed as darkness descends.
KEPLER 95 adjustable LED lens ceiling pendant light
The ‘WOW’ factor never gets tired; a refresh of what surrounds it is enough to reinvigorate the look.
BUCKLE 70 decorative LED mirror polished chrome ceiling pendant light
Sometimes, the adage ‘less is more’, however, a larger light (if much of the structure is transparent) can still be used in a smaller room if fitted in the correct area, such as above a table or worktop. Playing with the ‘see-through’ concept maintains the idea of space and allows for the natural ebb and flow of light. Alternatively, balancing reflective and matte surfaces also has a beneficial effect for maintaining the fluidity of light and opening up options for more choice in designs.
Modern structures often mirror nature, taking concepts and forms directly from the world around us. Let’s be honest, Mother Nature is a clever lady! What she doesn’t know about building structures isn’t worth knowing. Repeating patterns, symmetrical and asymmetrical concepts, strength, beauty and geometrical abstract contradictions. You name it; she can produce it.
ALONSA sculptural white LED ceiling pendant (large)
Concepts and inspirations can be viewed everywhere you just need to ‘LOOK UP’ and open your mind to the endless possibilities.