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Fond of bouquets and expressive light fixtures? Moooiâ€™s Chalice 48 Metallic Grey affably combines the two. Enhanced by a soft metallic grey body, this eclectically wrought chandelier by Dutch designer Edward van Vilet features a cluster of translucent silver glass chalices that are fastened with black rings at the base. Available in two sizes, this vaguely disco ball-like light piece, which also doubles as a ceiling sculpture, may be dimmed for additional atmosphere.
Preciosa, the designers of the Pearl Wave were tasked with a very specific brief: create an interactive light installation that could be installed on a yacht or cruise ship. The extraordinary piece also had to embody the ability to surprise incoming visitors and make them smile. Itâ€™s safe to say that the final breathtaking result, featuring a mix of handmade opal spheres hung from gold metal rods, fulfilled the aforementioned criteria and then some.
Spatial acoustics are kept consistently in check with Silent Field, an innovative LED-based ceiling light by Artemide with energy-friendly properties. Long acknowledged as a pioneer of cutting edge light works and installations, the Italian brand has clearly gone all out with the design of this multi-purpose piece. A slightly space age vibe is reinforced by its flattened geometry, which serves as a soundabsorbing surface characterised by round threedimensional hollows of varying depth.
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