The Royal Society of Arts (RSA) will be opening the doors to its newely refurbished London home this week showcasing two lights by Troika.
The UK based trio have designed two chandeliers, which take their inspiration from early Enlightment scientists through their manipulation of the very substance of the light itself. In this it highlights their facination for optical phenomena. The chandeliers use fresnel lenses to shape the light generated by high power LEDs into geometrical patterns projected onto the ceiling, thus contributing compelling decorative elements to the surrounding spaces while providing the necessary illumination levels.
The chandeliers not only follow Troika's work with light and objects but furthermore reflect the RSA's commitment to 21st century enlightenment.