Kah-du pendant light

March 16, 2011

ilan.el’s hand-crafted light features an intricate pattern reminiscent of the Op Art movement of the 1960s.

The Kah-du collection of hand-crafted lampshades feature an intricate pattern created by fine layers of French Gros grain ribbon held in place by a wire frame.

The bespoke pieces are inspired by the Op Art movement from the 1960s, a method of abstract painting that gave the impression of motion and distortion. Kah-du’s fine pattern, based on a mathematical composition, looks as if it is ‘breathing’ when suspended from the ceiling.

Kah-du is a bespoke design from Melbourne lighting designer ilan.el.


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