This continuous loop of bent wood emits light from embedded LEDs
Designer John Procario has taken his love for sculpture and lighting, and made it into a sculptural wooden lighting piece named ‘Flux I‘.
The light, which never looks the same from any two perspectives almost appears to change shape as you move around it.
The sculptural lamp is made from one continuous loop of free-form bent timber, in this case, it’s bleached white oak.
The light comes from LEDs that have been embedded within the wood and covered in acrylic, to give it a seamless appearance. In the photo above and below, you can see the channel where the LEDs are placed.
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