Interference Ceiling-Mounted Pendant Kit


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Introducing the Interference ceiling-mounted pendant lamp kit, where a dazzling dance of interwoven sine and cosine waves coalesce to break the matrix. Depending on your angle of viewing, the Interference Lamp bends light into a myriad of entrancing patterns, all of which promote good vibes.

Designed and 3D printed in San Luis Obispo, California 

LED lightbulbs required / intended for indoor use only

Please reach out with if you have any questions or special requests. We are happy to accommodate custom orders!

What You'll Get

These ceiling-mounted lamp kits come with an Interference lampshade, 8ft braided fabric cord, single port metal canopy plate, and a metal E26 standard socket.
Lightbulbs are not included, but we recommend Feit Electric dimmable LED lightbulbs (9W) with a color temperature of 2100K-2700K


Lampshade: 8 inches tall by 8 inches in diameter. The lamp shade opening is 1.65 inches.

Canopy Plate: 5 inch diameter

Braided Fabric Cord: 8ft long, 0.25in diameter


Lampshade: PLA
Sourced from a small town in France, this filament is made by fermenting plant starch into polymerized strands of PLA. The ethereal colors are developed by combining the PLA with seashells sourced from local restaurants, which are washed and dried in a bucolic barn nestled in the Normandy countryside. Our current pigment options for the Interference pendant include Scallop Shell and Mussel Shell.

Canopy Plate: Metal

Cord Cloth Cover: Rayon


Born out of an appreciation for quantum mechanics, the Interference Lamp pays homage to the mind-bending reality of particle-wave dualities and their associated interference patterns. In 1804, Thomas Young pioneered the double slit experiment that revolutionized our understanding of light as a wave. In 1961, Claus Jönsson changed the world again by extending the experiment to single electrons, offering further validation to the 1924 PhD thesis of Louis de Broglie, who bravely postulated that all matter was subject to wave fields.

In a nutshell, double slit experiments create fantastical 3D patterns that communicate a fundamental truth about our universe. Our lampshades are a humble nod to the shoulders of the intellectual giants we stand on.