Lara Bohink's New Lamp Designs Were Inspired by the Deconstruction of Geometry

 - May 30, 2017
References: larabohinc & dezeen
British jewelry designer Lara Bohink is exploring the world of lighting design with her new collection of luminous orb lamps. The lighting fixtures are described as a "deconstructed and reconfiguration of pure geometric form."

The collection features ceiling lights and table lamps, which are supported through a complex metal framework which utilizes white acrylic domes. The designer's work focuses around themes of collision, something she explored while designing jewelry which she states is about "the splitting of perfection."

The collection is centered around simultaneous movement and stillness and represents the potential for cross-discipline collaboration. Bohink's luminous orb lamps, which were inspired from her jewelry designs leave room for unexpected collaborations between different artistic communities.