Paul Cocksedge. Pole Light. 2008

Paul Cocksedge Pole Light 2008

  • MoMA, Floor 1, 1 South

The light from the LEDs hidden in the mound of concrete that forms the base of this lamp travels along the acrylic rod as if the latter were a super-sized optical fiber. The rod is bent into the shape of a walking stick to deliver light downward, toward a table or the floor. It provides ambient light as well as a dimmable, focused, directional beam.

Gallery label from Applied Design, March 2, 2013–January 31, 2014.
Manufacturer
Established & Sons, United Kingdom
Medium
Acrylic, LEDs, and concrete
Dimensions
68 7/8 x 7 7/8" (174.9 x 20 cm)
Credit
Architecture & Design Purchase Fund
Object number
123.2010
Department
Architecture and Design

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