Frank Lloyd Light

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Analysis in the Baker Lighting Lab at the University of Oregon

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Spline joints visible here, and the gels of our “color wheel”

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Frank Lloyd Light

Frank Lloyd Light was a project for Environmental Control Systems at UO. Working in a team of 3, we developed the initial concept design with the specific goal of displaying a color wheel through reflection. Translating the design into a wood frame proved a challenge, with small intricate joinery, and unusual clamping angles. The result is a geometric structure reminiscent of designs by Frank Lloyd Wright.

 

 

 

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