Wooden Modular Light Forms Allow Customized Room Illumination

Wooden Modular Light Forms Allow Customized Room Illumination

Light Form is a conceptual lighting setup that can be customized to increase or decrease light's density as per user's choice.

Naresh Kumar
  • 21 april 2010

Designer Francesca Rogers collaborated with the Daniele Gualeni Design Studio, to create an innovative lighting concept called the Light Form. A huge modular surface is fitted with lights in different points that can be unveiled through moving the double-colored wood surfaces. The dark side of wood is designed to fold out to open the other side of white European maple, making the surface of the light bigger and increasing the illumination of the lights. This allows the user to increase or decrease the density of light as per their choice.

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