Michael Cane Sculptural Light

Alexander White
Alexander set himself the challenge of crafting a pendant light centrepiece which would demand attention when turned off as well as on. The awe-inspiring structure as it curls and twists combines with the geometric perforation of the rattan cane webbing to create a visual statement with presence and translucency. The intriguing layering effect beckons you to walk around it to see it from all angles, and offers different perspectives on the cane’s moiré effect. The result is a beautifully composed, suspended piece with the drama of a mobile, and a harmony and balance akin to that of calligraphy.
Made to order (8 Weeks)
The Maker Alexander White Furniture Maker - London

London-born and raised in South West of France, furnisher maker and designer Alexander White returned to England to study 3D Design at Falmouth University in Cornwall, graduating 2010. Following graduation, Alexander worked with various prestigious artists and designers, including Fred Baier and Paul Cocksedge, before opening his own Hackney-based studio, A White Workshop, in 2013. His award-winning work ranges from private commissions to public artwork, and commercial products. Alexander’s hands on approach to design combined with his compassion for traditional crafts and his curiosity for the latest technology renders his work relevant and original whilst having the appeal and depth of the hand-built. The aesthetic quality of his work is purely derived from his unique approach and interpretation of manufacturing processes.

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