Tasmania-based furniture designer Duncan Meerding loves the outback wilderness, which comes across in his work – his most popular pieces are simple logs whose natural cracks emit soft, warm light. Meerding is also legally blind, so the use of light in his pieces helps him communicate how he sees the world
I love this scene. The lighting is spectacular, yet organic. What a cozy and welcoming space to receive your friends in. ähnliche tolle Projekte und Ideen wie im Bild vorgestellt findest du auch in unserem Magazin . Wir freuen uns auf deinen Besuch. Liebe Grüß
Forms in Nature Light Sculpture That chandelier is reminiscent of a ball of tree branches. The piece incorporates a light source at the center, which illuminates the tree and root system and casts a forest of wild trees onto the floor, walls, and ceiling of a room. The intensity of the light changes the setting of the room, moving from strong, dark shadows, to soft, flickering shadows as the light dims. By artists, Thyra Hilden & Pio Diaz.