*Sub-Studio in home+decor , 11:46

Freedom Of Creation- 08.02.07

0802foc1.jpgNOTCOT Note: Here’s another article from Anna Corpron of Sub-Studio!

Gorgeous light fixtures from Janne Kyttänen of FOC (Freedom of Creation). The 1597 is made from a series of tubes and was inspired by the growing pattern of the coneflower’s seeds. All of Janne’s work seems to be inspired by mathematical patterns from nature. I love that the fixtures sit on the wall without any visible cords or fasteners.

[NOTCOT Note: This was previously featured as .org #4116, but Anna (of the lovely Sub-Studio) convinced me that it was definitely worthy of a post of its own! And also, one of the most interesting and innovative things about FOC is that it is “a pioneering design and research company, specialized in designing for Rapid Prototyping!”]

0802foc2.jpg
The Dahlia was similarly inspired by the natural formation of a flower.

0802foc3.jpg
The Vasarely fixture is made from a weave that creates a beautiful graphic pattern. I like that you can mount multiple fixtures on a wall to create your own larger fixture.

Tags: - -

Related Posts Widget for Blogs by LinkWithin

Leave a note

HI! I love thoughtful, intelligent, amusing comments! So thanks in advance for yours! Comments are manually approved before appearing above, thank you for your patience!







Advertise here through FM LIVING - Copyright NOTCOT INC 2005-2014 - Privacy Policy