MARION FRIEDMANN GALLERY

Borealis Pendant lamp

Geometric modular pendant lamp, acrylic, stainless steel. Geometry: Icosahedron. A polyhedron with 20 faces.


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BOREALIS LAMP

by PEDRO CERISOLA, Mexico 2018

MATERIALS: Acrylic, stainless steel screws. Geometry: Icosahedron. A polyhedron with 20 faces.
SIZE: D 65 cm // D 25.59 in

This BOREALIS pendant lamp is constructed in the geometric shape of an Icosahedron, a polyhedron with 20 faces. In his prolific work, Pedro Cerisola (Mexico) combines advanced technology with highly skilled craftsmanship. His objects are created researching the beauty of geometric constructive principles found in nature and how these systems can be applied to the design and fabrication of modular structures. Cerisola`s work is in the permanent collection of the University Museum of Sciences in Mexico City and has been exhibited at the Museo Rufino Tamayo, Museum of Modern Art in Mexico City, the Franz Mayer Design Museum, at Wanted Design in New York, Zona Maco Mexico City and private galleries.