This unique illuminated sculpture was commissioned by a restaurant Senses in Warsaw – the second Micheline Star restaurant in Poland. The sculpture wraps around a concrete column like some sort of futuristic parasite. It’s over four meters tall and consists of three types of equilateral triangles that differ from each other with a perforation type. Forty percent of the triangles is opaque. There are two paths of highly perforated triangles that continue up the sculpture spirally and smoothly transition to opaque surfaces through delicate radiating perforations. LED strips are distributed along the paths and allow for the light to spill out into the space in a raising sun kind of manner. The project was designed in cooperation with Agata Semka and was detailed and manufactured by Tomaszczyk i Synowie.
Zinc Lantern Restaurant Senses, Warsaw, 2015 + Agata Semka