Dimensions: 32cm (H) x 40cm (W) x 106cm (D) / 12.6" (H) x 15.7" (W) x 41.7" (D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
'Circuits' is a lighting collection developed by Colombian glass artist Luisa Restrepo and Mexican designer Aitor Garrido. They are geometrically simple, a combination of lines and circles inspired by the transmission of electricity, resembling a circuit. For the collection they develop a set of components that can be assembled differently to adjust to the needs of the space and client.
Founded in 2014 by Montserrat Castañón, Ángulo Cero was born as a space to think about design from an artistic perspective. Its curatorial approach inclines towards the experimentation of materials and formal languages, commissioning collections for a sophisticated market inside and outside of Mexico.
Contemporary brass wall lamp 'Circuits' by Luisa Restrepo & Aitor Garrido
Materials: Brass and hand blown glass.
Designed and handcrafted in Mexico City.
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Luisa Restrepo is a glass-artist and jewelry designer from Colombia. After concluding her studies in Medellin and later in England, Luisa founded “el taller” in 2005 in Mexico City. A few years ago she moved her workshop to Oaxaca where she now experiments with action/art and space intervention. Currently she is finishing a Master’s degree on Design Studies in Mexico City. Her work has been exhibited internationally, and among her accomplishments lies having won the 1st Glass Bienal in Colombia.
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