striking a balance between light fixture and sculpture, ANDlight presents the ‘vale series’ designed by caine heintzman. created to suit a variety of interiors, the lighting system is formed from a combination of acrylic and aluminum, and can be suspended horizontally or vertically, singularly or together.
all images courtesy of ANDlight
a single fixture measures 40” x 6.25” x 9” (102 x 30 x 23cm). a lightweight aluminum frame provides the structure of the piece and also houses the electrical assembly, suspension and connection system. thanks to an open-ended profile designed by heintzman, these technical fittings are exposed, providing a sort of industrial aesthetic. around this frame, acrylic curves round to create an undulating profile when a number of the lights are put together.
the acrylic is available in a variety of colors, including anthracite, rust, silica and lens finish. the prismatic surface creates a soft, diffused and ambient light, resulting in comfortable interiors suitable for either work or pleasure.
project name: vale series
edited by: lynne myers | designboom
dbinstagram (348 articles)
lighting design (251 articles)
a diverse digital database that acts as a valuable guide in gaining insight and information about a product directly from the manufacturer, and serves as a rich reference point in developing a project or scheme.
made by local artisans using regional bamboo, the bike aims to provide a green alternative to gas-guzzling vehicles.
are you knowledgeable about architecture, design, art, and technology? passionate about writing, communication, and digital media? join us!
the project offers self-regulating, vertical farming structures that can provide neighborhoods with affordable, local produce year-round.
from living room seating to home complements, excellence in craftsmanship and a meticulous attention to detail are evident in every creation.