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SPOT

SPOT lights evolved from the idea of reinterpreting the classic white glass globe into a playful, colourful and graphic new suspension light. During the glassblowing process, transparent and white spheres are rolled onto thin and small glass filaments of various colour tones, which stick to the sphere. The glass is then blown into a conventional wooden mould and the filaments stretch, creating random graphic patterns as well as optical and lighting effects. SPOT lights come in four different finishes. Comes with complete light fitting, adjustable in length, including a stainless steel cable system and ceiling rose.

Client Victor Hunt (BE)
Year 2012

Development and Production CIRVA
Materials Blown glass
Dimensions ?40cm
Colours Ice (White & Transparent aggregate); Stracciatella (White & Black aggregate); Cup Cake (White & colour-mix aggregate); Liquorice (Transparent & Black aggregate)

Exhibition catalogue available on SWS