Gallery: LED Sparks Create Energy Efficient Light Sculptures


What if you could design your own lighting fixture in the time that it takes to unscrew a light bulb? That’s the premise behind Daniel Becker‘s Spark system, a series of energy-efficient LED bulbs that can be linked together to form beautiful light sculptures.

Interior lighting accounts for up to 15% of a household’s total electricity use, although new lighting technologies have the potential to reduce this drain by 50% – 75%. The Spark lighting system consists of several energy efficient modules which can be extended and arranged in various configurations to form unique 3-D structures. The modules feature a simple screw-joint assembly that requires no technical expertise to install, which makes it easy for anyone to build a magnificent light sculpture. The system can be used both outdoors and indoors, and it was designed to bring lovely atmospheric light to any space.

+ Daniel Becker

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  1. Instyle Furniture November 4, 2010 at 6:42 am

    I would say that though it helps you to save on electricity bills it is still not affordable for all…unfortunately. But the whole concept is just beyond admiration!


  2. January 16, 2010 at 9:27 am

    The whole world would shift to LED lighting as soon as 2015, that
    would save 160 megawatts of electricity annually. In cash
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  3. tony1775 November 9, 2009 at 3:51 pm

    What a great idea!! This is an amazing system that can add tecture and sculpture in any room or patio. Love the fact that can be attached even on the walls and as far as saving 50-70% of electricity??? Need more of those inovative ideas in interior design. Love also the assembly of the system. Reminds me of lego;adding pieces together to form a design you want.Really smart. Love it

  4. Claudia_arzeno November 5, 2009 at 12:05 pm

    These remind me of Christopher Poehlmann’s light sculptures : Were this an inspiration?

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