The Stochastic Suspension Light is a modern chandelier by Daniel Rybakken with complex interplay of light
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Using the humble sphere, Rybakken takes the light from minimalist to maximal by the process of repetition, ordered in a seemingly random way which can be configured as you choose. Concealed in the centre is the LED light source, that bounces and reflects off the structure to create an air of mystery, leaving the observer to wonder where exactly the light is coming from.
The spheres are crafted in borosilicate glass with an opal or metallic finish, giving the Stochastic two distinct characters.
Luceplan emerged in the late 1970's, founded by Riccardo Sarfatti, Paolo Rizzatto and Sandra Severi, the trio wanted to create an experimental Italian lighting company, inspired by their own experiences of working with the pioneering Gino Sarfatti and Arteluce.
Their experiments proved to be resounding successes, with products such as their Constanza lamp finding a place in the MOMA permanent collection. For us, their recent work with Daniel Rybakken provides a great example of how conceptual design can be realised in practical, functional ways. ..
Francisco Gomez Paz explores the dissemination of LEDs in the Mesh Suspension Light for Luceplan