Copper Lights | David Derksen Design

Rotterdam / Netherlands / 2011

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Simply by folding, a thin copper sheet can be used to construct stable forms. This principle defines the shape and aesthetics of the Copper Lights. For precise bending, the lines have been etched halfway into the material. The sheets are then folded and assembled by hand. The three variations of the Copper Lights make them suitable for many different interior applications. The Copper Lights are developed by David Derksen as a follow up of his graduation at the Design Academy Eindhoven in 2011.
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    Simply by folding, a thin copper sheet can be used to construct stable forms. This principle defines the shape and aesthetics of the Copper Lights. For precise bending, the lines have been etched halfway into the material. The sheets are then folded and assembled by hand. The three variations of the Copper Lights make them suitable for many different interior applications. The Copper Lights are developed by David Derksen as a follow up of his graduation at the Design Academy Eindhoven in 2011.

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