Life is defined by experiences, interactions, memories. Preciosa creates lighting with emotion, lighting that connects people, refined from their cultivation of the past. For Euroluce 2019, the company curated a selection from their contemporary Collections line as well as featuring dynamic and interactive lighting designs which express their vision to connect people through light. And today, Modern Chandeliers is going to show you everything. Take a look:
Visitors delighted in a set of four playful contemporary installations featuring interactive moments and sophisticated dynamic light technology. To emphasize the idea of the joy of light, visitors were guided through a sensory design journey.
Carousel of Light
Won’t you take a ride on our Carousel of Light? As you wander through, the lights above light up, fading away as you move on. The installation becomes a part of the visitor’s journey, lighting a beautiful crystal path as their exploration continues. To make it easier for people to absorb themselves in the spectacle, the platform rotates, allowing guests to keep their eyes focused on the pearls. Carousel of Light is composed of nearly 8000 spheres in opal, amber frosted, clear and pink frosted hues stretching eight meters in diameter. The spheres are hung in groups of four, almost 2000 suspensions in total.
Breath of Light
Breath of Light takes illumination interactivity to a whole new level. Visitors were integral to the exhibition, becoming a part of it with every breath they share. The installation is made from a series of opal crystal bubbles that dissolve into crystal frosted, crystal clear and bubbled crystal spheres. These bubbles create an intriguing path of light as visitors blow into four special sensors hanging on the corners of the exhibition. The technical aspects of the installation allow for unique animations and the merging of breaths.
“The epiphany of ornament in its purest form.” Jewelry and lighting serve a similar decorative purpose. This sparkling treasure was inspired by the 15th-century painting “Woman Reading a Letter” by Gerard ter Borch. Pearl Drop is a statement lighting piece, classic in its reference to pearls but modern in the simplicity of its overall shape. Glass and metal are the only two materials used and because of this, the design can be
constructed into a variety of shapes.
Pearl Wave’s flow is reminiscent of sea waves, and its curving form, the shape of a seashell. Artists have always looked to nature for inspiration and the mysterious depths of the sea simply swell with possibilities. Pearl Wave is made from more than 700 handmade triplex opal spheres, suspended on gold finished metal rods. The playful chandelier reacts to the happiness surrounding it; when glasses are cheered in a toast, Pearl Wave responds with a burst, or two, of light. The simple act of clinking glasses brings the chandelier to life.
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