Studio Floris Wubben | Tangible Light
Light is untouchable; it has no mass. The Tangible Light design uses a round CFL in a constructive way and, consequently, the observer views that light can have a support purpose as well. In addition, through this design one perceive light as a nearly tangible element.
With the use of a wooden lath, the round CFL is woven together with the Polypropene. As a result, a constructive framework arises. The lampshade is made of Polypropene elements, which are stitched together by wire. The number of Polypropene elements defines the lamp’s form and appearance.Designer: Studio Floris Wubben Project name: Tangible Light