These LEM wall lights by Daniel Becker

 - Oct 11, 2013
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These LEM wall lights by Daniel Becker take inspiration from quasicrystal and aperiodic patterns. Experimenting with shapes that are found in chemistry, the designer creates octagonal illuminator accessories that are both decorative and practical.

These eye-catching lighting fixtures are wall-hung, showcasing a soft glow that shines through their angular framing. Employing complex geometries, these three-dimensional LEM wall lights by Daniel Becker mix fine wire mesh and layered foil materials to create a diverse range of light quality that varies according to one's choice of lightbulb.

These visually complex lighting fixtures take inspiration from various mathematical shapes and explore the studies of geometry and crystallography. Boasting an octagonal framework, the futuristic illuminators stand out as an interior focal point whether they are displayed within a private or public space.