Biomimetics Lights by Peter Biddulph
by Yvan / November 1, 2010
"Biomimetics" refers to the application of biological systems to engineering. Designer Peter Biddulph, via ceramicdesign.org, displays shapes created via open-source 3D software, rendered in Southern Ice porcelain and illuminated with LEDs.


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Also from Biddulph, vol_Luminous, an installation of wheel-thrown ceramic sculptures illuminated with fibre optic cables and LEDs.

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"The collection is, in part, inspired by modern architectural forms and features and by organic forms, particularly those of succulent plants: holes in the surfaces of the pieces form patterns reminiscent of iterative growth patterns.

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