NODE_09 Ceiling Lamp

by Bjarke Ballisager United States (US)

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The idea behind the “Node” modular light fixture system was to create a sculptural lamp that also functions as the base unit of a modular system to make pendants, chandeliers, sconces, and table lamps. “Node” is constructed in a way that allows for additions or subtractions of modules in all four directions, to alter the size and shape of the fixture as desired.

The system invites play, and can be hung on a wall horizontally or vertically as a sconce; in an arc or on an angle as a pendant, or set in place as a table lamp. This adaptability makes it marketable for both private and commercial projects.

Each Node module is made of a 18”x2.5”x1.3” brushed aluminum housing with blackened steel hardware, LEDs and a flashed opal glass panel on each face. The glass panels are offset slightly from the LED strip with a metal washer, to create a soft and omnidirectional light.

The user can specify the number and orientation of Node modules they want for their fixture, and whether they want it to be hung, wall-mounted, or standing on the floor. They can also choose between two sizes of the Node module itself.
The version that is being offered here has nine Node modules configured as shown on the main photo.
Other versions and finishes are available upon request.

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Bjarke Ballisager is a designer and architect based in Brooklyn, New York. Born and raised in Copenhagen, Denmark, he has an M.Arch. from the Danish Royal Academy of Fine Arts, and has worked for architecture, digital fabrication and design/build firms in both Copenhagen and New York City. While apprenticing with a Copenhagen violinmaker for several years, Bjarke developed a profound interest in fine craftsmanship, material properties, and the tactile experience of our interactions with objects and the built environment. These interests play an important role in his product, furniture, and architectural design work today, as does a lifelong strong belief in the importance of social and environmental sustainability.
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