Origami Aluminum Lamps Project Feathers And Antlers When Illuminated

Origami Aluminum Lamps Project Feathers And Antlers When Illuminated

When Tel Aviv-based designer Chen Bikovski was growing up she was fascinated by pop-up books, especially engaged with the immersive experience that came with the turn of each page. Interested in transforming this idea to work with her design practice, Bikovski founded Popup Lighting, a series of lamps that turn into magical creatures like deer and peacocks when illuminated.

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Origami Aluminum Lamps Project Feathers And Antlers When Illuminated

Bikovski’s fixtures seem like minimal aluminum sculptures until their light is switched on—the origami-like works suddenly appearing as deer or peacocks. Streams of light behind the lamps create the effect of horns and feathers, subtly casting patterns that make each work come alive.

Origami Aluminum Lamps Project Feathers And Antlers When Illuminated
Origami Aluminum Lamps Project Feathers And Antlers When Illuminated
Origami Aluminum Lamps Project Feathers And Antlers When Illuminated
Origami Aluminum Lamps Project Feathers And Antlers When Illuminated
Origami Aluminum Lamps Project Feathers And Antlers When Illuminated
Origami Aluminum Lamps Project Feathers And Antlers When Illuminated
Origami Aluminum Lamps Project Feathers And Antlers When Illuminated

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