Ohad Benit took two of the most characteristic types of methods construction as well as imagination and took a step further in brass floor lamps design. An artist & designer that specializes in conceptual art and design, experience environment and art product design, researching, developing and producing projects in different fields, this artist is one of a kind. Come and check it out!
This new handmade series of lights, designed by the Israeli artist and designer Ohad Benit, mimics the shapes of soap bubbles being formed. Stress lights it’s the projects name.
The process had to be done several times to perfect it, with the glass shades often exploding or breaking along the way. The glass is blown into each of the brass rings, before being left to cool and naturally fall into its final shape – making each light unique. Benit created the lights in partnership with a local glassblower, after being drawn to the “randomness” of the medium.
Each of the lamps is supported by a brass framework, which rings the glass shade in much the same way as the circle of a stick used to blow bubbles. The designer explains that the name for the project – Stress Lights – comes from the apparent stress between the two materials (given their illusion of pressing up against one another.)
The Stress Collection is available as floor lamps, pendants, and wall lights held on curved brass wire.
The series of lamps were inspired by soap bubbles, with a bulbous, expanding form that makes them look as though their liquid membranes are constantly moments away from popping.
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