An experiment with light modulation and space
The artist Olafur Eliasson calls the Starbrick an "experiment with light modulation and space". In a light experiment in collaboration with Zumtobel, different qualities and hues of LED light were tested. This led to the development of the star-shaped modules, based on a stackable principle, which eventually resulted in the Starbrick.
The Starbrick consists of injection-moulded polycarbonate components with a matte black finish. The semi-transparent, yellow, reflective surfaces at its core are backlit by LEDs. The light from the outward-facing LED Boards is concentrated and evenly distributed via polycarbonate refractors
The Starbricks can be assembled into groups of any size and combination, developing in different directions.
The basic structure of the Starbrick is a cube on whose six surfaces additional cubes have been placed at a 45° angle. These additional cubes serve as connectors so that several Starbricks can be conjoined.
|Stand/ mounting||with pendant hanging|
|Width of luminaire head||550 mm|
|Height head of lamp||460 mm|
|Depth of luminaire head||560 mm|
|Diameter head of lamp||580 mm|
shades of yellow
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