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Abstract or Summary of Project

Tenerife is a luminaire collection that personifies the physical visualisation of light and shadow. Light is seen when it bounces off surfaces. Tenerife thus forms this tangible intermediary between light and the user, as well as light and shadow with the manipulation of its form. Inspired by the Anahaw, the Philippine national leaf, which shade consists of two radially folded intersecting parts arranged in varying expressions that not only emulate the leaf, but also complement user preferences.

The Tenerife collection was conceived with the goal of creating pieces that are functional in all aspects of assembly, transportation, user installation and usage; but being above all, beautiful.

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Posted on

May 1, 2015