Light fixtures are often missed opportunities when it comes to interior decoration. Something like the Light Scribble introduces so much character into a space that would have been absent with boring old lightbulbs. It isn't a fancy chandelier, but it boasts great detail and the piece is guaranteed to evoke a response from its observer.
Jiwon Choi was inspired by the whimsical appearance of swirls and zigzags on sheets of paper and strove to transform those two-dimensional markings into something tangible. Using a wooden template with a cluster of sturdy metal posts, the designer wound Twintex wire around and around to make loops and crosses. The Light Scribble pendant lamp is a marvelously messy sculpture formed from neat and repetitive arrangements.