yura kim: bubblecandy lights at 100% design london
yura kim: bubblecandy lights at 100% design london yura kim: bubblecandy lights at 100% design london
sep 26, 2009

yura kim: bubblecandy lights at 100% design london

yura kim’s bubblecandy light installation at 100% design london image © designboom

designer yura kim is presenting her bubble candy lights at this year’s 100% design london. her work draws on natural forms and textural qualities found in bird nests, feathers and eggs. she is interested in playing with the casting of shadows through the light which penetrates through her structures. the sculptural forms are made from plastic resin. the repetition of lines and shape work to create the 3D structures, making a rigid form from a liquid material.

bubblecandy 03 image © designboom

bubblecandy 03

bubblecandy 01 and 02 image © designboom

bubblecandy 02

bubblecandy 01

detail of bubblecandy 01 image © designboom

smaller versions of the bubblecandy lights with bulbous forms emerging from them image © designboom

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