‘Light objects & spatial disruptions’: German designer, Ulrike Mader’s contribution to The ‘Irrlichter’ project – analysing light phenomena. See Blogroll for a link.

Text has been taken from Ulrike Mader’s site /

Copper Circles: A material as conductor that creates light. LED-Board is mounted between copper plates and connect the electricity circuit /

Filament Object: A homage to the light bulb: Through a lense the filament appears enlarged on the wall and fascinates us with its aesthetic. The suspension allows a slight movement and makes the object lively, like a glow worm /

Copper Galanda:  material as conductor that creates light. LED-Board is mounted between copper plates and connect the electricity circuit /

Light Cone: Light beam as design element: focused to a minimal point or wide scattered, as single or multiple beam of light. A variable luminaire head enables the different light patterns /

Ring Light: A ring-shaped luminaire creating an indirect light. Light control via touch sensor. /

Northern Lights: Coloured light effects are created like northern lights. Incoming (sun) light makes random light patterns through a special porcelain glaze / The Irrlichter project was founded by Kunststiftung des Landes Sachsen-Anhalt & by the Kloster Bergesche Stiftung. / The light below is an older project/

Plain sconce with rosy glow /

Helia paper pendant

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