A Chandelier Inspired by the Ocean’s Floor
Inspired by the underwater world he sees when snorkeling, London-based glass blower Adam Aaronson created this three-dimensional chandelier to reflect the vegetation that grows on the ocean’s floor. “Similar to brush strokes, as well as to sea plants, the glass tubes look as though they’re moving because they’re a bit wavy, ” he says. “Whether in natural or artificial light, they throw wonderful patterns on the surrounding walls. “Retailing for $13,000, the chandelier has an acrylic support frame and hand-blown glass reeds that range from 14 “to 32 “in length. It is also available in a vast number of colors (there are 13 colors in the one photographed here).