labyrinth lamp by arik levy for lasvit
labyrinth lamp by arik levy for lasvit
mar 25, 2013

labyrinth lamp by arik levy for lasvit

labyrinth lamp by arik levy for lasvit




the ‘labyrinth’ lamp by arik levy draws its formal influences from images of fluidity, connections, nature and relationships… conceived for lasvit, levy uses fabric covered colored electric cables which enter a borosilicate glass tube that extends outwards like branches on a tree. this element is to be hung vertical and allows the detached light bells to hang at various lengths from this central piece – creating a sensation of suspension in space.

labyrinth lamp by arik levy for lasvitarrangement of ‘labyrinth’ lights


labyrinth lamp by arik levy for lasvitcolor variations


labyrinth lamp by arik levy for lasvittesting out the forms at the lastvit production headquartersimage © designbooom


labyrinth lamp by arik levy for lasvitarik levy inspects his designimage © designboom



labyrinth lamp by arik levy for lasvitarik levy holds one of the bells up to the lightimage © designboom


labyrinth lamp by arik levy for lasvit more color variationsimage © designboom


labyrinth lamp by arik levy for lasvitthe components of ‘labyrinth’ waiting to be assembledimage © designboom


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