Ronen Kadushin received an industrial degree from Bezalel academy of Art and Design, Jerusalem, and is currently teaching furniture design and creativity in Hadassa College. He has produced a collection named ‘thinology‘, which is a technique of forcing by hand a laser cutout of sheet steel to form a three-dimensional object, while keeping its flat origin intact. A part of this collection is the outstanding Eclipse Light.
The Eclipse is a lamp cut from a single piece of steel, which puts focus on the bulb. It has an artistic frame with smartly placed steel reflectors, which brighten up your place magnificently. By bending the reflectors to different degrees, you can create different light effects.
The lamp stands at nearly two feet of height and serves the purpose of a table lamp, as well as a showpiece. Hey friends, don’t forget to place in a good-looking bulb, otherwise you will ruin your decorative piece!