Light Switch Concept
Designing and producing a surface-mounted light switch prototyped with molding technique.
The chandelier Manila by Venini became the primary source of inspiration for the project. The main feature of the item is the air bubbles formed during the glassblowing.
The research was a vital part of the project. It was important to analyze not only different types of light switches but also the manufacturers.
Studying types of feedback
I was interested in creating not a classic button light switch but something conceptual and surface-oriented. It was the main reason to study possible types of light switch feedback.
I tried to imagine the surface with this side effect inside out. This surface seems solid. At the same time, it is lightweight. Also, it looks sophisticated, and it is hard to understand what it is exactly.
Thus, curiosity became the main feature of this light switch concept.
To present the light switch concept at the interior, the led diner dining set by John Lewis and Partners was modeled.