Platonic Solid: Ether

As an artist, I am constantly searching for ways to express the intangible, and my Platonic Solid Ether lamp is my latest endeavor. Unlike the other Platonic solids, the element of ether is not tangible or visible, but rather a concept that pervades everything.

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Lamp, MetalWork, TIG-welding, SilverSoldering


To capture this essence in my design, I've created a lamp that appears to float effortlessly in space, with no obvious point of attachment or grounding. The lamp is shaped like a regular dodecahedron, but each face is an intricate web of interlocking lines and geometric shapes, representing the complexity and interconnectedness of the universe.

Just as ether is said to be the medium through which light and sound travel, my Ether lamp casts a delicate, diffuse light that seems to emanate from within the very structure of the lamp itself. The interplay of light and shadow creates a sense of movement and fluidity, as if the lamp is in a constant state of transformation.

As a metal worker, I am accustomed to working with solid materials, but with this lamp, I have attempted to capture the elusive and ethereal quality of the element of ether. It is a reminder that there is more to the world than what we can see and touch, and an invitation to contemplate the mysteries that lie beyond our physical reality.


Size Materials Techniques Additional

25cm diameter.

1,5 mm stainless steel or brass.

Laser cutting.

Matte or hand mirror polishing finishing.

Silver soldering (brass variant).

TIG welding (stainless steel variant).

Comes with a signature and certificate of authenticity.


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