Amalg Light

This light is a wall-mounted sconce intended for public spaces, which implements patterns derived from fabrics of different cultures. It is part of a series of objects that examines the intersection of culture and public space in New York City. The patterns used in the light are lasercut or waterjet cut a sheet of steel, which is then stamped using plywood molds into a faceted triangular surface. The light celebrates the similarities between different cultures as well as their uniqueness.

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