Today we’re sharing another stunning architectural lamp that will take your breath away the moment you see it. I never expected such a large volume to be hung before I saw this lamp!
Alex Groot Jebbink’s Angles pendant lamp uses MDF, which is laser cut into 64 rectangles ranging in size from small to large to form its bulky structure. The design created for Odesi allows it to be hung in two different ways, as an X-shape or as a cross, which gives it a completely different appearance.
The goal was to maximize the volume with the minimum amount of material, and by cutting thin rectangles out of MDF he was able to achieve this. By stacking the material the same thickness, the repeating pattern becomes a key visual component while remaining a simple idea.
This lamp can easily become a focal point in your living room, home bar, or even various restaurants, bars and similar places. It will highlight the room slightly.