These striking light fixtures are made to evoke references to the sky, water and landscape. They are constructed of an epoxy resin that is cast on a parchment paper with strokes of latex painted colors. Like a glass or any other translucent material, when the light is shown through, the colors become more vivid and bright. The organic shapes and forms also references the natural world and its unpredictability.
Taeg Nishimonto is an architect and educator from Japan who explores different materials through a range of mediums. Today he practices in New York and teaches at The University of Texas at San Antonio.