It’s easy for light fixtures to go unnoticed, but these warped lamps––as subtle as they are––have a quirky asymmetry about them that is discernible and guaranteed to delight.
Vincent Pocsik has given his Series 001 collection of illuminators the lighthearted appearance of slumping clay. Actually made from hand-blown glass, the pieces emit a soft glow through muted finishes of grey, flesh and opal white. Solid brass hardware enables them to fit in amidst industrial spaces and styles, while exuding a contemporary elegance.
The Pendant Lamp L 001 and the S 001 scones are formed to a couple of different shapes, each with a slanted opening that shades the rays slightly on one side. These warped lamps demonstrate a shift away from the strictly symmetrical lighting of generations past.
These Warped Lamps Illuminate Rooms with Playful, Casual Elegance
Amelia Roblin — August 1, 2016 — Art & Design
References: vincentpocsik & design-milk