Horah: The Dance-Inspired Light Installation by Raw-Edges

April 24, 2018 Caroline Williamson

Horah: The Dance-Inspired Light Installation by Raw-Edges

When invited to create an exhibition for Salone, London-based design studio Raw-Edges imagined a light installation inspired by synchronized Israeli Horah dancers. Horah comprises 30 slowly spinning lights made of cast glass leaves that “dance” in sync within Milan’s Spazio Krizia.

The lights come in a variety of colors and sizes and consist of curved glass leaves perfectly spaced apart on a black base. The repeated curves of the glass and the gentle rotation of all 30 pieces creates a captivating display that proves the power of repetition always draws the eye in.

Crafted and engineered by WonderGlass.

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