WILSON, an architectural portico with its own light. It illuminates itself, up, down, forwards, and backwards, producing different sensations in each case. WILSON is not merely a lamp, it is an architectural piece that allows the user to create different settings depending on the position of the light source, from a subtle ambience when the lamp merely reflects light onto itself, to a more dramatic atmosphere when it is used to emphasize or frame an object from the front or back, with a simple twist of the light beam.. When it is switched off, its subtle form, although of symbolic interest, coexists serenely with the various objects present in the architectural space.
Design by Jorge Pensi Design Studio