At Tom Dixon Studio, we agreed to present new series of light using combination of several planes. I played with different shape and axis to create huge chandelier which is placed at commercial place. Its aesthetic is inspired by one of classic chandelier, wedding cake chandelier. Arrayed different number of light spheres are designed to reflect each other with brass-plated surfaces. It has same context and language with its family products.
category / lighting (chandelier)
material / brass plated steel, glass
W 1056 X D 1056 X H 754
Tom Dixon Studio
Under the creative direction of Tom Dixon, the brand has ‘Plane’ family which is based on combinations of geometric shapes of plane. And furthermore, the studio wants to extend the rage of products including chandelier for contract market. As a product designer, I was starting analysis of current products and their geometric elements - circle, triangle and square or rectangular-. I simply used small polystyrene balls and several shapes of foam cores in order to discover interesting combinations. As an inspiration, I found very interesting but traditional chandelier type, which is ‘Wedding cake chandelier’ and then applied general archetype into new icon of plane family. Also, I was working with in-house engineers in order to follow up the manufacturing processes.