Rosie Li : Stella Triangle Sconce

Brooklyn-based Rosie Li has designed the Stella Triangle sconce named after and inspired by American painter Frank Stella‘s early work. When illuminated, its half-mirrored glass diffuser reveals a series of nested geometric shapes and creates the impression of infinite volume within a finite space. It is available at Roll & Hill.

This light utilizes the properties of parallel mirrors – flat planes – to create the impression of infinite volume.

When the Delta Lamp is turned on, an infinite row of triangles seems to just materialize.

Rosie Li was born in Zhengzhou, China and emigrated to the United States at the age of three. When her fourth-grade art teacher discovered her above-average ability to render animals, Rosie was encouraged to pursue drawing and painting. This applied interest eventually led her to the Rhode Island School of Design in 2007 where she developed a sensibility toward materials and rational design. Blending graphic elements and geometric forms, Rosie creates work that challenges visual capabilities and perception. She currently lives and works in Brooklyn.

Photos © Rosie Li

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