The WireShade Project by Marc Trotereau
by Ted Savage / October 22, 2012
Right-angle geometry and musings on the cube identify the The WireShade Project by Marc Trotereau, 3D light fixtures that fly from the ceiling or extend from the wall.


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The clever fabrication process involves a jig devised by Trotereau that permits three metal rods to be brazed together at once, creating instant corners that add up. Flame-retardant and antistatic Correx is clipped to the frames and...voila, let there be light. Via abitare.

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