Upon the request of Homan Elektrotechniek I designed and made a three and a half meter
(11½ feet) high light structure to decorate their newly renovated office. The wrought-iron
beams that come out of the ceiling symbolize the three phases of alternating current, one
of Homan’s products. Curving red copper pipes, a reference to electric conductors, extend
further downwards and slowly straighten out. At the end of each pipe there is a halogen
lamp. There are no visible attachments between the pipes and the beams, and there is no
visible wiring either.
Below a picture of the production process.