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The 'two.parts' Lighting Systems Conceal Invisible LED Bulbs

 - Jun 10, 2016
References: api.viglink & design-milk
Christo Logan recently launched a dynamic collection of 3D-printed ceramic pendants titled 'two.parts.' As well as being impressive for their sculptural forms, one feature that's particularly unique about the design of these lighting fixtures is that they hide invisible LED bulbs within their designs. In this way, an illusion is created that makes it seem as though the light source is coming from within the pendants themselves.

While 3D printing technology was used for the creation of the 12 geometric pendant light pieces, this technique was coupled with age-old ceramic-making, which required firing and glazing.

The finished designs are depicted in black and white colorways, but they are available in a number of finishes with different colors available for both the ceramics and cords.