Inspired by the “Elements” work of Greek philosopher and mathematician Euclid, the designers at Axolight Lab developed Poses, a modular series of architectural lighting that was built around three main elements of the founder of geometry’s concept – point, line and plane.
Comprised of three lengths of linear bars (all 2.3-centimetres in diameter) and circular satellites, the Poses series can create pendant, wall and ceiling fixtures in countless geometric shapes. Each satellite can acquire one to four bars inserted in 12 different positions; a magnetic cover on the unit ensures a clean look and ease of installation.
Adding to the flexibility, the dimmable LED bars can be rotated 360 degrees, which means light can be directed where it is needed and away from where it is not wanted.
Bars without LEDs can also be arranged in compositions, with the non-luminous versions providing structural design.
Both the bar and satellite elements are offered in four complementary colourways: Earth Red, Laguna Aqua, Greige and Desert White.