100% Porcelain

Flux Surface utilises the very special qualities of Porcelain; its purity and whiteness and most unique of all, its translucency. Simplicity of form, clean line design and a focus on quality define our simply striking ceramic lights. Porcelain is known

TILE Artwork

TILE Artwork

Unique mini artworks that can either be placed on a window sill for the design to be illuminated naturally or a tea light placed behind the tile to make it glow, perfect for a mantle piece. Signature Wave designs are

ARC Pendant Light

ARC Pendant Light

Simple, classic, hand made pendant light. The curves of the porcelain are accentuated by the gloss glaze on the outside and the feature drips on the inside giving a warm diffused light. Arc Pendant Lights are slip cast by hand

Wave Wall Light

Wave Wall Light

Wall light with hand carved porcelain lithophane and limed wooden frame Inspired by the sea and rivers and how water flows and moves, creating pools and tracks and reflecting light. Wave design utilises Amy Frankie Smith’s Signature wave line designs.

Keep Wall Light

Wall light with hand made porcelain lithophane and limed wooden frame Keep is inspired by the repetitive patterns of windows in tower blocks Repeating window design inspired by a block of flats when the lights come on in each apartment

Geo Wall Light

Wall light with hand made porcelain lithophane and limed wooden frame. Geo design uses a tessellating diamond pattern to create a repeating surface design. The diamond geometric pattern is rolled into the clay when wet to create a repeating design

ARC

ARC

Simple, classic, hemi-spherical pendant light. A satisfying dome shaped ceramic pendant light handmade from porcelain clay. Simple yet sophisticated this pendant looks great in kitchens, a series of two or three work really well above a breakfast bar as well

QUAD

QUAD

Handmade ceramic lights made from delicate translucent porcelain tiles. Handmade wall lights in 3 different designs: Geo, Keep and Wave. Designs are impressed into the porcelain clay and where the clay is thinnest the light shines through to a greater