The Resch Lighting Series is Inspired by 1960s Artist Ron Resch

By: Meghan Young - Apr 25, 2016
References: yankodesign
The Resch Lighting Series is stunning example of how designers can really transform a space in an artistic area whether that's in the home, office or public arena. Sculptural and intricate, the aesthetic may seem as though it were inspired by the art of origami, but in reality it was inspired by 1960s artist Ron Resch, who was known for his tesselations.

Designed by Justine Paul Vinci M. Nebreja, the Resch Lighting Series is full of warmth in spite of its sharp edges. The choice of copper material is what gives the Resch Lighting Series this approachability. Yet even without it people wouldn't be able to take their eyes off of the geometric lines that add an artistic flair to its surroundings.