The Antenna Light Employs an Industrial Symbol to Illuminate Indoors

By: Amelia Roblin - Mar 13, 2014
References: joycharbonneau & core77
Only some people would admit that they consider roof-mounted transmitters to be beautiful objects; however, those who disagree might actually find the Antenna Light to be quite aesthetically pleasing. Joy Charbonneau has brought this wiry contraption into the home, polished it up and given it a new purpose for domestic living.

Shiny aluminum rods make up the spiky form of the pendant lamp, giving it a clean and lustrous look. LED lights were embedded in rows along the flanking bars, concentrated as high-intensity dots to produce a starry effect. Bright yellow beams are emitted that bring warmth to the skeletal metal structure. Its familiar industrial look and its discernible asymmetry make the Antenna Light a striking and electrifying addition to a contemporary space.