Ron Gilad. Wallpiercing Lights. 2010

Ron Gilad Wallpiercing Lights 2010

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Wallpiercing is a modular lighting system that appears to be inserted directly into walls or ceilings, piercing them like an earring. The system is composed of individual ring-shaped tubes mounted onto plaster panels, which can then be seamlessly integrated into the wall. The units can be isolated, arranged in groups, or linked to create luminescent patterns. The LED lamps radiate light inward, casting their glow onto the surface, and can be dimmed and controlled for color and brightness.

Gallery label from Born out of Necessity, March 2, 2012–January 28, 2013.
Manufacturer
Flos S.p.A.
Medium
LED's, cast aluminum, polycarbonate, plaster
Dimensions
Mounting plate: 23 1/2 x 23 3/4 x 1/2" (59.7 x 60.3 x 1.3 cm) Light fixture: 1 x 14" (2.5 x 35.6 cm)
Credit
Gift of the manufacturer
Object number
358.2011.1-6
Department
Architecture and Design

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