light cubes from david henrichs

posted by the scholar on August 7th, 2007
filed under: art, home accessories, metal

looks at these cool light cubes from german designer david henrichs. david is inspired by nature and landscape art, and his goal is to create energy efficient, sustainable high quality work.




steel sheets are cut by laser and then folded to craft his light boxes. once completed, they are lacquered, signed and numbered. an energy saving light bulb and acrylic diffusers are included with each piece. some custom finishes and surfaces may be offered.

i find the juxtaposition of those industrial materials and his organic influences very interesting.

check ’em out for yourself at david’s dawanda shop.

via cribcandy

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