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Conductive Liquid / Free Standing Luminaire

Conductive Liquid
Conductive Liquid

This luminaire is designed to be used as a mood/room lighting device. This nature of the light creates a soothing and soft feel to a room due to its use of indirect lighting. In accordance with post-modern values, this design embodies minimalist values and form. The circuit for the lamp is created thorough a copper based conductive liquid bridging an open circuit. The liquid is pumped up through the structure; it then falls slowly down towards the sump of liquid at the bottom, which completes the circuit. The viscosity of the liquid ensures a slow steady flow of liquid. This action is intended to create an interesting and entrancing visual.

University

Griffith University

Griffith University
Brisbane, Australia

Andrew Watson

Design

Andrew Watson

Andrew Watson
East Brisbane, Australia