House of Stone is John Pawson’s installation exhibited at the Interni Think Tank Exhibition in Milan. The British architect joined with Salvatori and lighting specialists KKDC to achieve a simple house shaped architectural structure made from recycled stone: 99% is stone scrap and 1% natural resin being bond agent.
The lighting is being hidden, so the linear MoMo LED has no visible structure. KKDC design is carefully concealed, so a continuous lighting source spread throughout the space.
With a low energy consumption, the 2800k consistent colour temperature lights evenly horizontal and vertical parts of the structure, and highlights the texture of the stone material.
[Interni Think Tank Exhibition]
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