A Saxophone Swing Light
30 Oct 2018 |
| SURFACES REPORTER
4 Min Read
Chandeliers look alluring and constant research – creativity and experimentation by Barovier & Toso in collaboration with Marcel Wanders have been able to bring in transformation to swing chandeliers. The latest dramatic installation, the “wing” resembles to a saxophone.
The element that helps in designing this Swing light is an elegant surface-worked glass that adds a wonderful dynamism and amazing attention-capturing presence.
It is supported by thin steel cables that are fixed to the thin chrome ceiling structure or directly to the ceiling, these elements produce gently curving and swaying circular shapes. The light is projected onto the elements by powerful dimmable LED spotlights which are included in a thin chrome tube which can be installed where desired.
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