John Hogan is a Seattle-based artist and designer working predominantly in glass. His work, which spans the functional and sculptural, seeks to interrupt and augment radiant energy through the refraction of light. Taking influence from traditional Eastern European casting and cutting, projects focus on reductive design.
Coax is a coalescence of metal, glass, and light. The materials hang serenely, appearing weightless against each other. Cylindrical echoes of transparent glass surround a tube of light suspended in air.
L 18in/46cm x W 7in/18cm x H 24in/61cm
Polished Brass or Polished Nickel and Glass
Wattage: 11 Watts
Lumens: 990 Lumens
Color Temperature: 2700 K, 90 CRI Dimming: Triac, Electronic Low Voltage (ELV) or 0-10V