Fungo Chandelier Inspired By Mushrooms Growing On Wood

Misshapen glass bubbles appear to be sprouting from this Fungo chandelier by Brazilian design duo Humberto and Fernando Campana. The piece was inspired by the shapes of mushrooms growing on wood. The chandelier has six arms, made from sections of wood that alternate between solid pieces and pairs of slats. The main idea was to... 
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New Look At Antique Elegance: Wersailles Chandelier

A new way of looking at chandeliers, the Wersailles by Beau&Bien edits out many of the standard parts of chandeliers – replacing them with a suspension system that is barely there. The aesthetic of the Wersailles collection is elegantly ethereal: it’s comprised of 21 or 4 candle holders – the W21 and the W4 –... 
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Unique TechnoLUgy Carbon Fiber Chandelier

Impressive glass chandeliers have an alternative! And it’s TechnoLUgy, a carbon fiber chandelier made from moulds of original LU blown glass chandeliers. What are the advantages of this material? The original glass versions are 10x the weight of the TechnoLUgy versions and the carbon fiber fixture is also far less fragile. The shape of the... 
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26 Impressive Mid-Century Chandeliers To Make A Statement

If you’ve been following us recently, you’ve already seen mid-century lamps we’ve gathered for you, and believe me, these chandeliers are no less awesome! A mid-century chandelier is really something that makes a statement, it helps to create an atmosphere, a style and accentuates the zones you need. Brass and glass are a typical combination... 
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Luxurious Gabriel Chandelier Inspired By The Baroque Art

This chandelier is a pure artwork, it’s Gabriel chandelier, created by Paris designers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec. It was designed to be installed at the Château de Versailles and hang over the Gabriel Staircase at the main entrance to the palace. The material chosen was crystal and the piece was manufactured by crystal brand Swarovski.... 
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Folded Lighting Collection Inspired By Origami Art

Origami is the traditional Japanese art of paper folding, which started in the 17th century AD at the latest and was popularized outside of Japan in the mid-1900s. This art inspired Israeli product designer Ariel Zuckerman for creating an interesting lighting collection called Folded. The designer applied the techniques such as folding, stretching and twisting,... 
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Satin Brass Hand-Blown Chandelier In Earthy Tones

This amazing and original chandelier called Margot Georhe Chandelier combines contemporary aesthetics with utmost functionality. Egg Collective chose a very interesting mix of materials: glass and solid satin brass, and the shapes were inspired by the blooming patterns of flowers and naturally occurring geometries. The chandelier is hand-blown, it’s very elegant and stylish. Such a... 
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Glamorous Baroque Chandelier In A Bulb

Thomas Edison was the father of a bulb and that’s why he inspired British design company Mineheart for creation of this King Edison XII chandelier. This is a tiny baroque chandelier glittering inside of a protective glass orb pendant which protects its delicate features. Although the chandelier itself is rather small, it still brings in... 
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