A trick of the light

Thursday 12 Jul 2012

Paisley is an architectonic piece which manipulates light

Paisley was created by Spanish design studio Luis Eslava Studio for LZF Lamps. It is a modular screen whose geometric, curvy shapes transform the light that passes through it.

Paisley is an architectonic piece that allows us to define spaces by assembling several modules, but also a canvas where intricate shadows are projected and turned into an ornament, changing shadows that adapt themselves to the direction of light.

Both the frame and the interior veneer lattice work are made of natural cherry veneer.

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