Frank Lloyd Light


Analysis in the Baker Lighting Lab at the University of Oregon


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


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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