Paul Cocksedge studied product design at the Royal College of Art under his mentor, Ron Arad. His fluid, spellbinding work—which has been featured at MoMA, the V&A, and the Design Museum in London—spans installations, window displays, and household objects. Originally made as his graduation piece, Cocksedge reissued this Styrene Light last year to mark his first ten years in design. The multifaceted pendant is constructed from scores of heat-shrunk Styrofoam coffee cups, creating rays of light and playful shadows.
Uses 20W compact fluorescent bulb with bayonet fitting (included). Includes two 8.2’ cables. Requires hardwiring. Fittings allow for height re-adjustment.
Each piece is hand-made so variance in color, finish, irregularities and abnormalities can occur.
To learn more about this young innovator, check out our interview with Paul Cocksedge on our blog.