CONFIGURABLE LIGHTING SYSTEM FOR INUIT LIVING
DURATION: 8 MONTHS
STATUS: ONGOING
RECIPIENT OF WIM GILLES MEMORIAL AWARD FOR FORM GIVING
A configurable lighting system intended to mitigate cultural dissonance in Inuit homes by making them fundamentally sharable. It consists of track lights and flexible felt panels that can be used to direct light or to assemble soft boundaries, allowing users to contextualize an all-purpose, communal living space.
See the full project at Carleton's Grad Show here →