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Art Pieces-Geometric Storm Chandelier
by Willowlamp

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    Art Pieces-Geometric Storm Chandelier by
    Willowlamp

    This square chandelier is inspired by geometric cubes stacked on top of one another to create a dramatic, contemporary chandelier. The Geometric Storm is inspired by abstract art, layered landscapes, and lightning. The stacked squares are placed on top of one another to create a storm of geometry and an alternate cubist reality. This square chandelier design is at its best when mixed metallic ball chains are used to create an interplay of shadow and light. Available finishes include warm metallics such as copper and brass as well as cooler metallics such as silver chrome and smoke gunmetal.

    About Willowlamp


    LUXURY LIGHTING, ARTFULLY TAILORED

     As a recognized, award-winning design company, willowlamp produces bespoke lighting.

    From massive architectural ceiling scape installations to showstopping chandeliers, pendants and lamps, as well as a move towards artful line and word art pieces.

    Our success story began with a simple idea: a patented notch system by willowlamp’s founder and creative director, Adam Hoets.

    This design method allows strands of metal ball chains to be notched into laser-cut stainless-steel frames.

    Our light designs are inspired by nature and the principles of sacred geometry.  Bespoke lighting by Adam Hoets celebrates the beauty surrounding us from flowers to enchanted forests, seashells, rivers, storms and galaxies.  Our luxury lighting designs bring life and light to large and small spaces across the globe.  We work with renowned architects and interior designers across residential and hospitality projects to deliver unique decorative lighting.’

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