February 20, 2009

Sculptural pendant light

Noodle is an open, gestural squiggle in space—a loose sketch composed of reflective metal. Manufacturer Korban/Flaubert describes the highly expressive sculptural light fixture as “a reflector gone mad” and “an acrobatic surprise.” Noodle traces an undulating path of movement in illuminated stainless steel, much like a projective geometry experiments conducted by mathematician August Moebius. The stainless-steel reflector is highly polished on one side and matte on the other, emphasizing the direction and opposition of surfaces and their paired trajectory through space.

Contact: Korban/Flaubert, Sydney, Australia.

For more information, see Transmaterial 2: A Catalog of Materials That Redefine our Physical Environment

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