jun aoki: 'thin beam' for tokyo fiber 09 senseware exhibition jun aoki: 'thin beam' for tokyo fiber 09 senseware exhibition
may 29, 2009

jun aoki: 'thin beam' for tokyo fiber 09 senseware exhibition

‘thin beam’ by jun aoki architect jun aoki designed ‘thin beam’, an ultra long cantilever lighting fixture for the tokyo fiber 09 senseware exhibition held at the triennale design museum, milan. made from ‘torayca’ produced by toray industries the product brings out the characteristics of this material. carbon fiber provides strength under tension and is very light. stretching across the room, the lighting fixture illuminates more than enough space for five chairs side by side, even when the chairs are spread far apart.

‘thin beam’ image © designboom

‘thin beam’ by jun aoki image © designboom

‘thin beam’ by jun aoki image © designboom

‘thin beam’ by jun aoki image © designboom

‘torayca’ carbon fiber material by toray industries

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