Origin: London, United Kingdom
“The Neon Desk Light” is a unique, freestanding light sculpture made of free formed borosilicate glass tubing. Each is one of its kind and part of a small edition. “I am using much bigger tubing diameters and wall thicknesses to create shapes which couldn’t be achieved with conventional neon making,” says Holz. The forms play with the light emitted by the different rare gases, the undulating tube subtly manipulates the light, softening and intensifying it in turns. There are no coatings or filaments, just the pure light radiating from within the tube. The lights have an estimated lifetime of about 30 to 40 thousand hours.