Copper is always changing.
When exposed to air, copper starts reacting, transforming from a shiny finish to a matt and finally a green patina. As a commodity, its price is also in constant flux on the global metals market. And, as one of the most malleable of metals, copper can be shaped and crafted into a wide variety of forms and applications.
I wanted to create a design that reflected the inherent variables in the world of copper.
Each Copper Lamp is idiosyncratic but composed of an identical number of bends and lengths. Initially built as a symmetrical two-dimensional structure, every joint is then orientated at random to create a unique three-dimensional piece.