Bioluminescence in Isolation

Bobby Bradley

Bobby Bradley

New York School of Interior Design

New York School of Interior Design

New York School of Interior Design

New York School of Interior Design

Bioluminescence in Isolation

Bobby Bradley

New York School of Interior Design

New York School of Interior Design

New York School of Interior Design

New York School of Interior Design

Bioluminescence in Isolation

Bobby Bradley

New York School of Interior Design

New York School of Interior Design

New York School of Interior Design

New York School of Interior Design

Being stuck in isolation and quarantine over the last year, this fixture is a reaction to the need to connect to the more whimsical parts of nature. Using cardboard from old shipping boxes and chopsticks from the constant take out orders, the shape and construction describes the arc of the sun over an interior living space. The lighting is describing two modes. One - in daylight mode a ball of sunlight follows the time of day, bringing some circadian order to the constant time spend indoors. Two - At night the fixture comes alive as if bioluminescent and transforms the interior space to come alive to evoke the early days of summer when the sparkle of fireflies and glow worms excite a forest or a meadow.

Bioluminescence in Isolation