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Green Light

A light source, an artwork, a piece of nature.

  • Type Objects
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  • Status Built
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  • Year 2021
Green Light

Cabinet of Curiosities

Inspired by the John Tradescant’s cabinet of curiosities, and other botanical collections that blossomed in Renaissance Europe, the Green Lights are an eclectic representation of our rudimental desire categorize and domesticate the natural world.

Green Light
Green Light
Green Light

Designed as wall lights, pendants and floor lamps, the Green Light brings a diffused glow and infinite variety of natural compositions. Taken out of its natural context, the foliage is framed and contained by simple geometric boundaries, and filters the light in a way which is both familiar and unexpected. The light comes in four versions: a living plant in leca and soil base, a stabilised natural fern, a dry grass, and an artificial plant version honouring the tradition of the renowned Spry&Flo Arts Department. Each light fitting consists of energy efficient perimeter LED strips with heat sink, the planting layer and the translucent external diffuser.

Green Light

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