looking aat woods, the possibilities at the moment are birch, poplar, oak or ply wood. Bulsar wood would be abit to flimsy and looks very burnt in the above example.
I have also been looking at some interesting patterns that could be incorporated in the design of the shade aswell as coloring variations.
3 way connection at the top for the pendant to connect to the ceiling when displaying.
re vised images of arthur street
Shotcrete - Roof materiality
Shotcrete is, in effect, a version of a cast-in-place concrete wall. Rather than placing concrete into forms, however, a fresh mix is sprayed onto wall panels that have been erected in the shape of the building. A nozzleman applies concrete from a pressurized hose to encompass the reinforcement and build up the wall thickness, forming structural shapes that include walls, floors, roofs, and other assemblies. This material has also been called “gunite” in reference to the nozzle or “gun” used to shoot material at the form face. Any surface suitable for accepting fresh concrete can be used: wood, steel, and polystyr
LAMPFRAME PENDANT LAMP BY HERR MANDEL
The geometric-shaped Lampframe pendants are made from thin wood strips that are joined together to form triangular frames. The overall shape is formed when four of those frames are connected and then clamp around the lamp cord with the aid of magnets. Made by German designer Herr Mandel, the lights are not about hiding the bulb but rather showcasing it, as you would a picture in a frame.
60 W SQUIRREL CAGE FILAMENT LIGHTBULB - SCREW BULB CAP