Seattle based manufacturer Standard Socket collaborated with Robert and Granger Moorhead to create the Chipboard Light. The sculptural light pendant uses planar chipboard in a creative way to achieve an elegant, organic form.
The chipboard is lined with a reflective poly material and is formed by folding the shade over a handmade pine cone. The chipboard is then locked into place with a simple tab.
The light pendant evokes the minimalism and elegance often seen in Standard Socket’s designs.
About Standard Socket: A Seattle based lighting manufacturer producing designs from a variety of U.S. based and international design studios. Their products are built in Seattle with an emphasis on making well designed-well built products.
About Moorhead and Moorhead: Robert and Granger Moorhead, trained as an industrial designer and architect respectively, collaborate on projects from furniture to buildings. Their work combines everyday materials to solve issues of form and function in unexpected ways.
*All images and information courtesy of Standard Socket.