House Lights

February 7, 2011

Kristian Aus’ range of pendant lights draw on the idea of the house as a beacon guiding you home.

The House Lights, designed by Sydney designer Kristian Aus, draw on the multitude of interpretations of ‘house’ and ‘home’. Immortalised in countless stories, it can be somewhere that draws us back from travels, a place of refuge and a place we can call our own. In fairytales and childrenÂ’s fables it can be a wondrous and scary gingerbread construction, or a weak, temporary shack that is blown down by a murderous wolf.

The House Lights represent all of these things. The three sizes and shapes are designed to work on their own, or in a cluster as a ‘village’.

Concept design by Kristian Aus of Autumn Products.

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