Wednesday, 24 September 2008

Edison Chandelier

Edison Chandelier 1Back to industrial age.
Around the turn of the century, designers like Adolf Loos were drawn to the austere beauty of industrial light fixtures and adapted them for home interiors. In that spirit, we’ve taken the bare essentials of lighting – wires, sockets and bulbs – and elevated them to a lofty aesthetic. The chandelier can be hung in any configuration to suit any room's decor. Ten fabric-covered cords extend from a circular bronzed ceiling plate. Clear oversized bulbs have visible filaments (included). -Pottery Barn

Edison Chandelier 2Edison Chandelier detailClick for detail view on fabric-covered cords.
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1 comment:


That is one of the funkiest chandeliers that I have ever seen. Would concider this a modern design or a contemporay design.