The light is created using a specially-made conical mould made of metal. White plaster is applied to the interior of the mould, integrating a supportive membrane to give the plaster and form greater stability. Once dried and removed from the mould, further plaster is slicked onto the exterior surface with a palette knife to create even more texture and interest. The edges of the form are purposefully left ‘unfinished’ giving the light’s strong silhouette a natural ‘wobble’. The lamp base is hand turned in Sussex by Dominik von Bohlen using solid iroko wood on the lathe.