The design starts from the attributes of OSB, a directionless board material composed of what has remained from other wood products. From here the concept of “what remains” is used as a departure point. The object itself resembles the skeleton of a sea creature, its original form gone, but now illuminated from within. The light fixture is minimized to simply include the end connecters of the bulb, a thin LED rod.
1st place winner of the FARRA design SWAP competition.