The Pipelight lighting system was created in the image of a living organism, a wild ivy that invades all parts of the house and turns into a bridge between art and design. This inspiration feeds on darkness.
This installation was the result of an invitation issued by designer Houssein Jarouche, for an abandoned lot next to his showroom, Micasa.
These lanterns were also used in the project of a nightclub called “Museum”. Later on, they acquired a life of their own by becoming a product, edited by Micasa, “Wall Lamps”.
Text and images by Triptyque Architects
Location: São Paulo, BR
My Role: Collaborator
Additional Credits: Architects: Triptyque Architects