Felix Proctor’s Concrete Composition Pendant Light

Felix Proctor's Concrete Pendant Lights

Felix Proctor’s Concrete Composition Pendant Light

Felix Proctor's Concrete Pendant LightsFelix Proctor is a recent graduate in Fine Art Sculpture from the University of Brighton.

Felix works as a 3D designer – creating beautifully striking pieces that are both raw and functional in nature.

His growing collection currently includes; lights, furniture and interior products – all of which have recently showcased at this year’s Clerkenwell Design Week as part of the Platform exhibition area.

It’s great to hear that Felix had a very successful week – with the maker himself stating that the show, “…went so fantastically well that I will now be exhibiting at Design Shanghai 2015!

Felix Proctor's Concrete Pendant LightsWe wanted to show you the piece that initially sparked our interest in the Felix Proctor brand.

The Concrete Pendant Light was inspired by the decaying brutality of architecture within our surroundings.

Felix explains that he, “…experimented with the concrete composition to create a strong lightweight material that is both rough and smooth and is able to hang without extra supports.

I wanted a clean and simple design without the structure inhibiting the illumination of the light bulb.

Felix Proctor's Concrete Pendant LightsHere at Lighting and Interiors, we couldn’t help but fall in love with Felix’s lighting design. The colours, shapes and textures of all the different elements are delightfully simple, but when used together form a striking and curious piece that can add a perfect, standalone statement to any room.

The main body of the light is made from lightweight plastic fibre concrete aggregate mix. It has been shaped in such a sleek and stylised way that it simply oozes high quality, contemporary design to suit a kind of modern, industrialised interior.

The geometric, sturdy body combined with the elegant curves of the Plumen light bulb work perfectly together. The contrast between the concrete and the delicate lines of bulb that Felix has finished with a thin coat of epoxy resin, create a primarily functional piece, that just so happens to be nice to look at as well!

Felix Proctor's Concrete Pendant LightsFelix has then topped the pieces off, and added someĀ great pops of colour by using the red, yellow, orange and blue cable wires.

Cable options : 30cm x 12cm x 12cm 2m
Available with either plugs or with ceiling roses.

Felix has many more great products that can be seen on his website : www.felixproctor.co.uk

We will definitely be on the lookout for Felix’s future collections – and we will make sure to keep you informed!

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