Does anyone remember Daniel Becker from about this time last year? Daniel invented a luminaire called the Tee-Licht, a sphere made from votive candle lights wired with small incandescent lamps. Quite interesting, actually!
Daniel’s studio is back at it with a foray into outdoor lighting, but nowhere near the norm. Daniel’s new fixture, “Sparks,” is a modular LED system of connecting pieces that join to create a very molecular form – artistic, mechanical, and technical. From Daniel’s website on the Sparks system:
Sparks is an outdoor lighting system which consists of several similar modules which can be arranged in various configurations to form a three-dimensional structure. The lighting elements are based on low-energy led modules, all pieces are connected by simple screw-type joints which don’t need any technical expertise. Its intended use is to bring atmospherical light and create a defined room within a previously undefined large area, square, garden or the like.
Check out these images – it looks pretty interesting!