Chandeliers by Jason Krugman seen at Private Residence, Austin - Austin Residence
Chandeliers by Jason Krugman seen at Private Residence, Austin - Austin Residence
Context & Credits
Item Austin Residence
Created by Jason Krugman
As seen in Private Residence, Austin, TX

Austin Residence

Chandeliers by Jason Krugman, as seen in Private Residence, Austin, TX


Prices depends on size and design specifics. UL/ETL Listed. Dimmable. Artist installation recommended.

One of a Kind item
Commission time: 8-12 weeks
Custom options available, ask the creator for customization.
Item Details
Krugman’s Basket light sculpture is hand-made by soldering thousands of tiny LED lights into a fine mesh. The resulting surface of lights describes a modified toroidal form with its interior tube gradually inflecting and rolling over to become its exterior. Low-voltage (safe-to-touch) power flows through the entire mesh, bringing a tiny amount of electricity to each of the sculpture’s lights. Narrow focus lenses on each light make the sculpture sparkle as the viewer moves around it.

Meet the Creator

Jason Krugman

Jason Krugman

Brooklyn, NY

Jason Krugman designs new types of media to efficiently arrange light and electricity in 3-dimensions. His sculptures often use their physical structure to conduct electricity to the light sources. This eliminates most of the insulated wiring and connectors allowing thousands of lights to sit softly amongst minimal wire forms. He has developed a hand-soldered LED mesh, several cable systems, and a variety of custom printed circuit boards for LED artworks. He holds two US patents and has numerous permanent LED installations in the United States and Europe. Krugman Studio is located at New Lab in the Brooklyn Navy Yard, an old ship-fabrication facility that now houses dozens of small companies inventing new types of hardware and software.

Available for commission/custom work