Geometric Crystal Wonderland Lights Glow Red Where They Are Touched

By: Amelia Roblin - Sep 29, 2014
References: sasamatcreative & contemporist
There's more of interest in the Crystal Wonderland lamps than the complex forms that meet the eye. Behind the transparent material is a substances that influences the coloring of these contemporary lightbulbs.

Sasamat Creative is behind these hand-blown glass items, that are shaped by multifaceted molds. The space inside of the resultant geometric shapes is then filled with illuminating neon gas. Fascinatingly, the chemical does more than infuse the globes with color, it affords a unique interactive quality that responds to a simple touch. The warmth of your fingers causes the material's hue to intensify, making it quite an entertaining item for children especially.

The Crystal Wonderland collection invites you to suspend several together as a pendant lamp, or to leave the globes lying upon a table. These pieces are more fun than fixture.