Recently launched by international lighting studio Yellow Goat Design, the Brief Epiphany collection is a contemplation on the fleetingness of time, momentary connections and a sense of escapism. Rendering in joyful pastel colourways and manufactured using slow craftsmanship and advanced technology, the seven light fixtures and one screen in the collection emphasize movement while nodding to elements of nature. While shown in standard colours and patterns, custom finishing is an option for each as is bespoke sizing.
Referencing the sun rising over a beach horizon and the constant changing nature of the atmosphere, Liquid Sky is made from 125 digitally printed and fluted acrylic panels, each set in a powder-coated aluminum tube; the showstopper is suspended from a stainless-steel plate and coax electrical cables.
Comprised of multiple panels of fluted and scalloped acrylic interspersed with clear orbs, the Lull pendant presents a moment of ethereal peace. Available in clear or printed versions, Lull is illuminated by nine LED bi-pins that are covertly encased in the glass spheres and suspended by coax electrical cables.
Like a luminous halo, Harmony (top) features a circular rolled metal tube that can be paired with either Capiz shells (for the smaller version) or with printed petal-like polycarbonate forms; the fixture is lit by 36 LED bi-pins. With similar components, Adrift (above) has an undulating form reminiscent of waves curling and lapping against the shore and is made from digitally printed polycarbonate pieces attached to a pair of rolled metal tubes.
Float combines a linear rolled metal branch that sprouts delicate leaf-like pieces which corkscrew around and lend a subtle sense of movement. The fixture is lit by an LED neon strip that is just visible through cut-outs in the horizontal tube. Turned to vertical, the composition becomes After Glow, which was inspired by tranquil evenings; digitally printed rolled metal elements are affixed to the central tub, which is illuminated by integrated LEDs.
Momentary is a study in both the ephemeral and lasting (in the memory) beauty of fresh blooms. Each of the nine petals are made from multiple layers of digitally printed acrylic that are mounted on slender powder-coated stems and lit by integrated LEDs.
The one decorative wall panel in the collection, Synchronicity is fabricated from digitally printed anodized aluminum elements that are gently curved and mounted onto powder-coated vertical posts. Providing visual interest and opportunities for delineation, the individual modules can be linked together to form larger installations.