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As a child, Lukas Peet of Vancouver lighting outfit ANDlight was fascinated by river rocks. Decades later, the designer set out to create a collection of glowing glass luminaires that draw on the simplicity, beauty and sense of wonder embedded in these organic forms.

“As a company and as a designer, we had never worked with glass before,” Peet says of the undertaking. This led him to a local glass-blower, from whom he gleaned an understanding of how the molten material is formed and what type of alterations are possible during production.  For Peet, working closely with craftspeople “is an opportunity for a designer like me to manipulate or alter the process and potentially achieve a different outcome or another effect.”

How ANDlight’s New Fixture Blends Artisanal Glass-blowing and Technical Precision

Vancouver-based designer Lukas Peet illuminates the the collaborative process behind his latest luminaire: Pebble.

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