smithereens

The smithereens light by roumelight

A Greek poem takes shape through a dimmable lighting structure and is fully in line with the poem’s maxim. The windows come from a ramshackle house of 1950s and the poem is engraved on plexiglass.

Detailed view of the smithereens light by roumelight

exhibition & donation

The “Smithereens” lighting installation was also exhibited in the New York Design Center ( Manhattan, May 2015) and donated in order to support the fundraising social project “Supparting Students”.

Detailed view of the smithereens light by roumelight

lighting & mounting

Using dimmable lamps and the remote controller it is ideal for decorative lighting. The lighting structure can be mounted to a wall’s surface or a vertical element (e.g. column) and can rotate around its support axe.

dimensions

40cm x 80cm x 11cm

materials

vintage wooden window, acrylic glass, led tape

photographer

George Botanos

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