Further shortlist sucess for Atelier Alain Ellouz in the Pendant/Chandelier category

Atelier Alain Ellouz recieve further success in the Lighting- Pendant/Chandelier category of The International Product Design Awards 2015 .   With each point of view, a new perspective is given. Harmony features  variation and richness of material within elementary forms. The  suspended spheres, reminiscent of  planets and moons,  appear to be floating, moving through the space that they occupy. This is the magic performed by this captivating light sculpture from Atelier Alain Ellouz. Harmony 10 is composed of 10 alabaster spheres, ranging in diameter from 24 to 32 cm, each suspended by a metal rod. The metal rod which hides the power supply is available in finishes: white, black, antique gold, chrome gold, or polished mirror.The alabaster is shaped and treated in their workshops by teams of craftsmen. These attentive sculptors mix bold innovation with old-world techniques- bringing to life beautiful, unique and hand-crafted pieces

AAE-harmony-10spheres-albatreA specific and rare crystallization of gypsum and silica creates the unique white and translucent alabaster. Preserved underground, the stone leaves this darkness and is then able to reveal the secrets of its patterns. Because of its natural softness, the stone has a history of being used for sculptures. Naturally translucent, alabaster has also been used in stained glass and lighting fixtures for centuries. Appreciating this history, while innovating for the future- Atelier Alain Ellouz has realized contemporary lighting forms in order to highlight the unique aesthetic qualities of this stone.
AAE-lustre-spheres-albatre-AE-2Simple and modern, this chandelier, by the variation of the height can offer an infinite combination of compositions within its chosen space.
Its versatility with regards to the  finishes available, make its easy to personalize. It can be constructed with bespoke templates, varying stem finishes and different shapes and finishes of the plate.

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