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Jar RGB lamp by Arik Levy for Lasvit

Category: Design Published on 09 Apr, 2013 Tags: , , ,
Jar RGB lamp by Arik Levy for Lasvit

Paris-based artist, photographer, designer and filmmaker Arik Levy presents at Milan Design Week 2013 the ‘Jar RGB‘ lamp for Czech brand Lasvit. Jar RGB is a lighting project connecting thin colorful glass blowing techniques and the idea of RGB color mixing.

Using white glass for one of the hanging jars allows it to turn into a large light bulb generating the light for the entire fixture. Observing one jar through another and the space surrounding them gives one a unique and everlasting discovery of color superimposition.

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images courtesy of Lasvit

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