It is irresistible to make furniture as a sculptor, so many materials are available in the studio, and furniture forms lend themselves to being rethought, sometimes with more success than others.
Making sculptural lamps and lit sculptures is a natural extension of working with washi paper, and now the glass. The lit sculptures provide ambient light and bright focus in low light environments.
The translucence and strength of washi paper lends itself to making luminous pieces of sculpture that catch and refract the light. Lines of baltic plywood can be formed into complex structures to support the paper.