Minimalist Art Of Light: Concrete Lights Experiment

Minimalist Art Of Light Concrete Lights Experiment

Elim Cheng is an interactive designer who offers us a new way to experience concrete, combining it with the warmth of the light bulb, and volumes molded by unexpected objects, like plastic bags and paper boxes. Concrete Lights Experiment shows the problem of removing the plastic bottle without damaging the object, and the difficulty of obtaining results with the soft plastic of a bag. Just have a look at these lamps – the shape of each of them is special, with its own imperfections and peculiarities! The designer shows that creating a lamp is kind of art, and you get involved in the process.I’d say that every lamp is one-of-a-kind, take a look at the pics and get inspired!

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