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A ribbon of light undulates through space to form the Ovalite. The Ovalite is created with tensioned arcs forming an ovoid rim with diffused LED lights. To compliment an interior space, the Ovalite can be customised through size, materials, and lighting effects.

The Ovalite comes standard in American black walnut. The outside rim can be assembled in brass, copper or aluminium with a satin finish and sealed to prevent oxidisation.  Alternatively, a colour can be specified for the rim. All Ovalites are lined with opal acrylic diffuser.

One lighting effect option is colour temperature control allowing light to adjust from cool through to warm white light (2500K up to 7000K). Another option is the inclusion of an RGB DMX controller which can be used to program the light in infinite colour displays. One of the benefits of this technology is that it can be easily programmed through your tablet or smartphone. The standard Ovalite is fitted with high CRI warm-white, dimmable LEDs. NOW UPDATED WITH 4 HANGING WIRES FOR STABILITY : NOT 2 AS IN THE IMAGE.


sizing of ovalite small 1050x675mm

Made to order lighting.

Delivery will be quoted  by courier


For enquiries and prices please contact workshopped at orders@workshopped.com.au or 02 91464353

Additional information

Weight5 kg
Dimensions68 × 105 × 12 cm

Designer Information

Adam Cruickshank is an award-winning Western Australian designer whose diverse portfolio includes furniture, objects, lighting, jewelry, guitars, and hotel and cafe interiors. His designs are characterised by his innovative use of materials, through 3D modelling software and CNC routing technology. He has shown his work nationally since 2005, holding his first solo exhibition, A Beautiful Line in 2012. In 2012 he received a development grant from the department of culture and the arts, was shortlisted in the 2008 Australian Design Review’s Interior Design Excellence Awards (IDEA), and he has won two Western Australian Timber Industries Awards, (in 2005 and 2008 respectively). His work continues to be featured in various publications including Australian Design Review, Habitus, Monument, Wallpaper, Indesign, and Vogue. Cruickshank’s work is held in numerous public and private collections including Holmes a Court and the Wesfarmers Collection of Contemporary Australian Art.