Paris-born Jeremy Maxwell Wintrebert specialises in freehand glass blowing, a technique he uses to create art pieces and functional products.
"Glass is both reflective and refractive of light and through different techniques these qualities can be enhanced," said Wintrebert. "Frank Lloyd Wright referred to glass as materialised light. I like to think of it as liquid light."
His items on display at Gallery Fumi, located on Hoxton Square in Shoreditch, include a series of translucent bulbous pendant lights called Clouds.
The shades are patterned with veins of colour that run vertically down the white surfaces in straight and criss-crossing lines.
Each is suspended from the ceiling at a different height in the gallery to appear like cloud formations.
Wintrebert's Harvest buckets are formed in coloured frosted glass and feature two holes close to the rim that act as handles. Lengths of string are wrapped around the hand holds to add grip.
The Cosmos Table rests on the bulbous bases of seven vessels, which sit in niches around the curved edge and holes within the flat surface.
The vessels combine the patterns from the lights and the pastels colours of the buckets. Glossy glass vases are inserted into the tops, which can be used for holding flowers.
Similar pieces are held within the Futurama and Void containers, surrounded by strips of frosted glass in the former and completely encompassed in the latter.
Wintrebert's work was installed in the gallery for last week's London Design Festival and is now available to view by appointment only until 31 October.