missmoun: digital lights missmoun: digital lights
jan 31, 2010

missmoun: digital lights

‘wire chandelier’

missmoun is the new york based studio of digital tinkerer and designer mouna andraos. andraos specializes in turning digital things into artistic pieces of functional design. many of her projects are lighting based including this LED chandelier and rubber night lights. the LED chandelier is composed of 300 hand soldered LED lights that are suspended from colourful wires. the lights surround a ring at the bottom of the design, while the wires make up the body of the chandelier. the night lights also employ LED lights which are embedded in rubber and powered through conductive thread that weaves around inside the rubber.

http://www.missmoun.com ‘wire chandelier’

‘wire chandelier’

‘night lights’

‘night lights’

‘night lights’

  • It looks awesome and messy at the same time! Im sure i wouldn’t mind something like this in my room or something…but poeple like parents would think its weird for sure!

    Andy says:
  • “people like parents”

    angst says:

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