textures taken from nature with uniqcube light cube collection by atis sedlenieks

textures taken from nature with uniqcube light cube collection by atis sedlenieks

the ‘stoned light cube’ is a lighting element created by atis sedlenieks, the lead designer of uniqcube. the product is a direct reference to nature and what surrounds us; from texture of stones, to the night sky and to the snow on the ground during winter. these natural occurrences have been captured in a series of light cubes, enabling these images of nature to be brought back to the home.




uniqcube light cubes can be placed on any surface and can also be hung from the ceiling. weighing only 500 grams, the lightweight luminaire produces a relaxing and ambient glow due to the thing and resilient material it is made of. uniqcube is a studio founded in 2014 in latvia ‘the stoned light cube’ reflects the different stone textures that look as rough as those of a real stone. ‘know your stars light cube’ consists of various star constellations – the sides and bottom surfaces are decorated with large representations of the constellations.’ the light cube collection is availble to purchase from the designboomshop!

‘uniqcube get stoned light cube’

uniqcube get stoned light cube takes textures from stones and reinterprets it to an ambient light


uniqcube ‘know your stars light cube’

the light can be slightly tilted or hung from the ceiling

constellations are marked and highlighted

the constellations are labeled on the top surface

uniqcube ‘snowflake light cube’ texture

uniqcube is a latvian studio founded in 2014



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