An infinite cascade of light
Flux began its journey as a sculpture for Foster+Partner’s Principal Tower in Bishopsgate, London; an embodiment of the energy and state of constant change in this thriving part of the city. Within this piece the dense clusters of vertically hung tubes are alive with animated light streaming downwards in an infinite cycle.
The original sculpture’s gentle rain-like aesthetic has evolved into a residential scale product which evokes a sense of calm wonder as a stunning lighting centrepiece. Within the compositions, drops of light glide effortlessly down the length of each tube, providing cascading light in a constant state of flux; perfect for a stairwell where the movement reflects the transition between floors during each day.
Using technology developed exclusively by our in-house team, the final installations can be simply toggled between a static, dimmable light, and the animated rain-like effect with each tube displaying a unique, randomly generated flow of light.
The clusters of glass tubes are suspended from slimline ceiling plates and connected using minimal end caps in gold/silver plate or matt black.
The Flux range is available in three standard compositions, alternatively our in-house design team can be commissioned to create custom compositions incorporating a combination of the 3 standard tube lengths to suit the project’s requirements.