LDD makes graphic sculptural lighting pieces, inspired by street art and industrial environments. Get in touch if you have a lighting idea you would like to bring to life.
One of LDD stunning sculptural pendants, taking on a new face with every angle you see it.
made from reclaimed messmate
The new ink series is an exploratory sculptural lighting design made from a sequence of linear gestures which create unique and surprising lighting solutions. inspired by urban environments and drawing particular reference to graffiti and calligraphic styling- the quill series is an investigation of these forms into a three dimensional expression, using timber and light as the medium. suitable for a variety of custom applications, from large wall or ceiling pieces to unique signage
where the new Ink series began playing with led neon flex framed by timber i realised what can be done with this product, where the skies are the limits
Audrey. What a beautiful girl she is. This almost life like creature with such elegance and grace, its gentle subtle curves almost making it look as though it was carved from a piece of porcelain. Can be customized to any size and shapes
the beauty of this series of lights, is that they are so playful, with what can be created and also how you can change the face of the piece just by rotating the piece.
made with a funky red led using a mix of baltic pine and karri hardwood to encase the lighting
one of my favs. these sleek clean lines and the soft white light makes such a statement. made from reclaimed old growth douglas fur.
slick rick is by far my favorite piece in this collection so far, its simple and clean lines work so well with each other to create a evenness and balance throughout the piece
made with a mixture of brushbox and douglas fur, with a green LED sandwiched in between
made from reclaimed messmate boasting some beautiful grain and character. that works so well with the blue light
I was lucky enough to be given a small amount of huon pine a few years ago and i decided to dust it off and use it in a few lights. i feel i have done it justice
some beautiful huon pine was used to create this piece with a blue LED