THE ART OF LIGHT + RESIN: TEN TIPS
MON OCTOBER 13 | 6-9PM
AT THE CENTER FOR ARCHITECTURE
Curious about lighting? Wondering about resin?
LightArt and 3form invite you to hear from Ryan Smith, LightArt founder, president and creative director. Once you’ve learned a little about the art of light, put your skills to the test and participate in a unique design challenge.
Design and build a pendant prototype using paper and lighting components, all which will be provided. We’ll be hanging the final results up at the Center for Architecture for visitors to enjoy throughout the Festival.
more about LightArt
LightArt, a division of 3form, is a lighting fabrication and design studio based in Seattle’s Georgetown neighborhood. Every fixture is hand-built and made to order by our team of local artisans, with products ranging from a simple wall sconce to a 35’ tall custom chandelier. Scroll through ten examples of their gorgeous work below.
Linear Ribbon - A river of light over 30 feet long winds down the hallway of a Seattle law office.
Mars Sculpture - Commissioned by PGAV Destinations for the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Center, this rendition of the Red Planet washes visitors in a warm glow.
Ribbon Tangle Sculpture - One of LightArt's largest installations yet, this massive sculpture swoops and spirals through a multistory hotel space.
LA2 One - Whether in a hospital, retail location or residence, LightArt's LA2 line with 1,000+ standard colors lend the perfect contemporary touch to any space.