Daniel Becker has developed an unusual transformer luminaire for the Belgian company Modular Lighting, whose “branches” can rotate and grow.

Today physics and chemistry live not only in laboratories and educational buildings.

Based on molecular and atomic structures, it has become fashionable to create design novelties.

Among them is this modular lighting system from Modular Lighting, which is based on the strict geometry of the molecular structure.

When lighting becomes art

The entire system includes a certain number of modules, each of which rotates 360° (and not only in the usual ceiling plane, but even on the wall).

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Which means that this lighting system is able to adjust to the architectural features of a variety of interiors in the best possible way.

You can make all kinds of configurations and weave all kinds of “spider webs” with this luminaire.

When lighting becomes art.

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