Invisible Light

The design task was to create a sustainable lamp that utilizes reflection and other phenomena to reduce the amount of electricity needed to illuminate it. The result was the "Invisible Lamp," which uses a transparent plastic surface to eliminate any shaded areas that might be caused by the material.

The design was modeled in Grasshopper, a powerful modeling tool, to ensure that the form was optimized for refracting, reflecting, and focusing light. The result is a lamp that is not only visually stunning but also incredibly efficient and sustainable.

The "Invisible Lamp" was created in collaboration with Anton Zypaskin and was displayed at the prestigious Bauhaus exhibition. The design is a testament to the power of collaboration and the ability of designers to create functional and sustainable solutions that are also visually striking.

Overall, the "Invisible Lamp" is a perfect example of how innovative design can be used to create sustainable solutions that are both functional and visually appealing. The use of Grasshopper modeling technology and the collaboration with Anton Zypaskin ensured that the design was optimized for efficiency and sustainability, making it a true masterpiece of modern design.