Luminescent Cosmos

Naoto Fukasawa named it Cosmos, but the inspiration for this lamp came from the after-image that remains from holding a light source in the...
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Cosmos

Naoto Fukasawa named it Cosmos, but the inspiration for this lamp came from the after-image that remains from holding a light source in the dark and moving it as if you were drawing in the air. 
The sketch like lines that conform the lamp are enriched with Swarovski crystals, appended along the electroluminescent polymer wire.

Cosmos

Cosmos 
Designer: Naoto Fukasawa
Company: Swarovski
Year: 2006 
Materials: Electroluminiscent polymer and crystals

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is like a laser lamp!!nice nice blog!!

 

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