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New product spotlight – An ethereal light

Regular readers may remember us enthusing abut by Cornelia Parker’s, 30 Pieces of Silver on display at London’s Tate Modern

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We can’t help wondering if it was the inspiration for Vos Kristall’s Flight Chandelier.

Vos Kristall's Flight Chandelier

Their twist on a traditional chandelier involves each element being  individually suspended. The light comes from four recessed, trimless LEDs, a trick they are able to carry off with confidence as their sister company is VOS LED, well known for doing clever things with the increasingly popular environmentally friendly light sources.

Vos Kristall's Flight Chandelier

The chandelier is incredibly flexible and can be configured in various ways to suit the space, in a choice of colours and tints.  The overall effect is ghost like and ethereal.

Vos Kristall are looking for a US distributor but are happy to ship to the States.

  • http://www.gpidesign.com Caitlin Walsh

    At first I didn’t even notice that the pieces are suspended separately. Very simple move that creates a lot of drama surrounding the expected form of light and light features.

 

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