Knitted Light Fixtures Designed by Ariel Zuckerman

Knitted Light Fixtures Designed by Ariel Zuckerman

These are breathtaking!

From ariel-design.com: “A series of light fixtures that combines technology with tradition; knitting wool threads in fixed patterns creates a three-dimensional sheet of fabric which serves as a lighting fixture. Collaboration between Oded Sapir and Ariel Zuckerman. The developing was done using the designer Adva Bruner.”

They’re available on Etsy!





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    wow , great use of textiles…
    The combination with the light is such great mix of textile & industrial…

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      Yes! They’re really great – both the floor model and hanging pendant.

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