for their Crystal Palace collection we designed three different chandeliers. all started from a totally different point of view or technique:Pixalated Peacocka pixaleted picture of a classic Peacock was translated into a pattern of Crystal Beads. The pattern was repeated in a round glittery lightshade of 150cm high that could get any diameterLeaf Light was a shade for which tiny crystal granules were fixed onto a transparent silk fabric with leaves in different colours green printed onto it. The granules radiate the colour of the printing. When placed in a spiral lightshade the different leaves give a effect of sunlight shining though the trees in a forest.Dazzling Dahliaused the fact that Swarovski could translate a picture into crystals.when you see Dazzling Dahlia's from the outside it looks like huge neutral white shad, but when you are with you head inside the shade you are amazed by the colourfull images of colourfull dahliafields.the edition of these lights were all limited.
commission: Swarovski Crystal Palaceproduction: Swarovskiinformation: Swarovski 2006