GABION


Tensegrity lights designed with Peter Queckenstedt.

Based on Tensegrity models invented by artist Kenneth Snelson, the Gabion is a model of geometric floating compression. 


Strung together with mil-spec paracord, strips of plywood sliced from discarded skateboard decks float in tension, never touching one another. A lightbulb occupies the space within the structure. 


 

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BOMBA


Pendant light Designed with FUGITIVE GLUE


BOMBA lamps are made using de-commissioned propane tanks. The empty tanks that fail inspection are selected, cut, sandblasted clean and wired into handsome fixtures - often preserving the found qualities of the outer finish. 

The aim is to use a waste object available in large quantities so that mass production and upcycling processes come together to form a more sustainable product. 

OH-85 


Pendant designed with FUGITIVE GLUE for PDA/40 OAKS Regent Park Community Center.


Regent Park was the first public housing project in Canada. The fixture, nicknamed "Dogbone", has been designed to resemble the shape of the original housing torn down to make way for the community center and improved housing develoments.

The piece is made from 90% discarded and reclaimed materials and is coated in thin-set mortar to resemble the cast concrete used in construction. The fixture is equipped with long life energy saving LED's.

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