Filamento, by Mayice Studio

Mayice Studio is dedicated to product design and architecture. Their essence is in respect for materials, its history and functionality, from the first sketch to the final result.

The Madrid-based studio has produced Filamento, an installation that cleverly uses the reflection of light on glass for a laser-like effect, by using a combination of geometry, transparency and trial and error.

The duo —architects Imanol Calderón and Marta Alonso Yebra— continues to extend the research that went into their Rfc+ collection, a set of thirteen hanging lamps made with dormant glass moulds last used in the early 1900s.

What the Filamento system does, with its one-metre add-ons, is provide the possibility of stretching that frame of light indefinitely.