The glass lamps are a colourful experiment made by Sander Wassink and Ma’ayan Pesach, which bring old & unused glass together with resin and pigments.
The starting point of their research was to collect large amount of forgotten glass pieces, from varied quality, period and usage. The compositions then took place; creating unique objects build from different glass items. To attach all the pieces to one unit lamp Wassink & Pesach used colourful resin, which brings strong reflection when lighted. The lamp is hanging by thin copper wires and lighted by led light, which keeps the temperature low (mainly for the sensitive combination of glass and resin). For their latest exhibition at Rossana Orlandi during the design week in Milan, they created an installation of green gradient, with 17 hanging pieces.
Photos from Rossana Orlandi Gallery, Salone Del Mobile, Milan 2014.