Vector Uses Precise Paths to Create a Brutalist Lighting Collection
Designer Lukas Peet has designed a Brutalist-inspired lighting collection for A-N-D that recently made its debut. The Vector series of lamps uses precise paths – similar to what graphic designers refer to as “vectors” – fitted together to create a slim rectilinear section. Peet defines this section a the Vector, which directs light down through its inner surfaces to create a gradient effect. The luminaire reveals small openings on the lamp’s architectural planes, interacting with voids and volumes in its simple form. What Vector doesn’t do is hide its natural state, instead emphasizing each lamp’s bold lines and strong materiality in corten steel, black steel, or polished stainless steel. The Vector collection includes Vector Table, Vector Floor, Vector Pendant, and Vector Ceiling/Wall.
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