Fort Makers' Line and Triangle Lights Give Shape to a Stark Space

By: Amelia Roblin - Jan 8, 2015
References: fortmakers & betterlivingthroughdesign
A simple bulb would be described as a bare-bones light fixture, but what if your clean and contemporary style demands a little more intrigue? These minimalist geometric lamps have a simplicity about them, without communicating the industrial or electric theme that the true basics often do.

Fort Makers designed their Walnut Line Light and their Cherry Triangle Light for a different flavor of minimalism. Reminiscent of the constructivist work of Donald Judd, the fixtures take the purist shapes of a single segment and an open three-sided object. The material choice of wood gives them visible detail on close inspection, but they largely make the biggest statements where their sharpness and simpleness are concerned. The focus of the minimalist geometric lamps is on the clean lines that they embody, as and even the soft LED light sources are concealed.