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 create a contrast between the formal rigidity of the chandelier’s wooden structure and the pieces of glass that seem to spontaneously germinate from the wood. The batons are arranged so each is angled slightly at the overlapping joint, creating a jagged curve to the branches. Glass bulbs that appear flattened and crinkled are sandwiched between the wooden slats positioned vertically, where the LEDs are also held. The piece is hung from a length of rope, which attaches to the ceiling via a hexagonal sconce.