CONTEXT

The intention of this project was to develop a luminaire concept that integrated the marriage of two distinct materials and to explore the idea and mechanics of user interactivity. The resulting concept was one that engaged contrasting geometries to experiment with the refracting qualities of light, and one that also utilized an easy two-piece assembly for kinetic operability, ultimately promoting dynamic lighting schemes and a playful usability. Precision machine tools such as metal lathes, bridgeport millers, and grinders were used in the iterative process.

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