Christmas lights have the magic power of creating charming and enchanting atmospheres, warming up the home during the most awaited festive days, as we spend time with family and our loved ones.
The chandeliers, suspension lamps and lighting systems produced by top lighting design brands cascade down to the floor creating amazing settings. And they stand out on the ceiling outlining mesmerising and sophisticated constellations of light.
Chandelier 08 by Magic Circus Éditions charms and captivates with its design inspired by the 50’s that makes it almost seem like a vintage object, especially in the satin brass version. At the same time, it conveys a sense of play and freedom and gives the impression of being suspended in the air. All together majestic and stunning, yet unobstrusive and linear in each single element, in a pleasant balance of contrasts. In the polished brass version, light reflections make it shine with its own light.
Pollux is made of only two almost endlessly multiplied elements: a circuit consisting of many small LED fireflies placed on metal rods. Simplicity and drama, structure and harmony thus coexist in the same chandelier, designed by Jan Pauwels for Quasar. Irregular and asymmetric forms, generous sizes and great effects: Pollux is a true lighting cascade, perfect to light up the most special occasions and long festive evenings.
Baxter’s design and fine art gives rise to Q2, a wonderful chandelier of unequalled elegance. With its remarkable size, the piece is able to combine volume with extreme lightness, thanks to the nickel rows, that make the structure look almost invisible. Shining, like stars in the night sky, are the chandelier's numerous small light points which create a beautiful effect.
“Like a pearl hanging from a thread, Metropol begins with a single lamp.” Then, if the single lamps are combined together in a majestic composition, they give rise to beautiful and charming light gradations that leave you breathless like the lights of big metropolitan cities. Metropol, Sebastian Herkner’s design for Rakumba is characterised by the trifoliate form of the glass columns that embrace metal rods covered in different finishes, diffusing a warm and soft light. A very elaborate yet sophisticated design, delicate and charismatic at the same time.
They cascade down like a “monumental symphony of lights” and stand out from the ceiling like a true bright constellation. The Lens collection originates from an idea of Studio deFORM for Bomma, drawing on one of the basic principles of optics: the phenomenon of the refraction of light, when passing through a lens. In Lens, two lenses - available in different chromatic variations resulting from a special hand-painting technique - host a light source, giving life to mesmerising effects and magical atmospheres.
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