Graypants’ Mobius Lamp mimics flocks of starlings with sparkling cubes strung from fiber optic cables

July 9, 2015 by  
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The Möbius strip has become a popular motif in design, and it’s easy to see why. It’s challenging to come up with objects limited to one surface and one boundary, which is part of the official definition of this complex mathematical concept. Rarely have we seen lighting designers take it on – until now. Graypants ‘s Mobius lamp is a glimmering low-energy lighting fixture composed of dozens of tiny cubes hung from fiber optic cables. The cubes combine to create a sweeping, curving shape reminiscent of “the undulating forms created by flocks of starlings.” Read the rest of Graypants’ Mobius Lamp mimics flocks of starlings with sparkling cubes strung from fiber optic cables Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: “lighting design” , eco design , eco lighting , Graypants , green design , green lighting , ICFF , Mobius band , mobius strip , new york city design , new york city events , new york design , New York design events , new york design week , New York. , sculptural lighting , Seattle , Seattle design , Seattle lighting designers , sustainable design

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