Colorful Coroplast Pendant Lights

Colorful Coroplast Pendant Lights

Adrienne Breaux
Dec 14, 2010

Yet another product we spotted while attending last week's festival of awesome Austin furniture designs was these neat Coroplast Pendant Lights by designer Agustina Rodriguez (under the name Agi Miagi). With a chic modern aesthetic, the ability to be just about any color and the neat pattern they cast on walls, we are really digging these light fixtures!

Recent advancements in technology means designs lovers get to reap the benefits of eager designers willing to experiment with the new tools available to them. As the website for these fixtures says, these Coroplast Pendant Lights are the intersection of craft and digital fabrication, meaning they are a great mixure of both hand made skills and neat things that only technology can do.

We think they describe the method of creating these fixtures best: "Each lamp challenges the principles of traditional mass production and instead embraces the concept of mass customization. Beginning with a single carefully designed profile, this outline becomes the primary element whose repeated array defines the final form. Individually assembled by hand, all Coroplast Pendant Lamps are made from laser-cut coroplast shapes inserted into CNC-cut polycarbonate discs."

Produced by local manufacturering and design company BBIITT, we just love that these lights can be customized by color, size and even profile. We think these designs have the potential to become a new classic shape in modern lighting design!

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