Designed to adapt light to every requirement, the Pendant lamp Penta created by Italian designer Luca Casarotto of Coscadesign studio during Foscarini Lab, a workshop by Foscarini, is a structural experiment that seeks to dynamically change its shape and ambient lighting on demand. When opened, the lamp provides an elegant chiaroscuro light texture whose shades can change its fifteen sides in a pure dynamic optic chiasm suggestive of a rotary motion.
Upon being closed, Penta transforms into a plain light source that is able to illuminate anything behind other elements like tables and pieces of furniture, ensuring a strong stage presence on its won. Crafted entirely in recycled polyethylene flat components, the Penta features a balanced number of components and joints between them producing a staggering 3D effect.
Source: Greg Parker Productions