By Rachelle Begin. Chandelier. Published at Sunday, February 11th, 2018 - 18:37:02 PM.
Contemporary designer Ferrucio Laviani presented an amazing chandelier in 2005 that he called "Yoga". He took over 100 crystals of differing pastel shades and enclosed them in a beautiful gold frame. "Yoga" is similar in shape to a standard children's top but this is one toy you would not want the children to play with. This marvelous chandelier is lit with halogens casting off a gentle and hypnotizing glow of colors and crystal texture. Gaetano Pesce introduced a beautiful chandelier in 2006 which he called "Mediterraneo".
We commonly think of "antique chandeliers" as those sparkly monstrosities with several tiers of crystal ornaments from the Victorian Era. Although contemporary interior designers say that these chandeliers have gone out of style these "classics" have made several comebacks over the decades. This is proof enough that these chandeliers have a timeless charm that not only appeals to all people but can easily complement any type of motif ranging from Minimalist to ultra-modern decor.
Today's more modern chandelier patterns and designs are a far cry from the chandelier's humble beginnings centuries ago but still pay homage to the elegance of their old-world relatives. While these lighting fixtures before were only simple and quaint wooden structures designed with a multitude of candles attached today's more contemporary patterns have evolved into more elaborate but still practical decorative pieces of art. There are also unique modern lighting fixtures that are perfect for the foyer and entrances to a home as well as in the dining room.
This chandelier is a feast for the senses as Pesce designed this chandelier in much the same style as a traditional old world chandelier - with a twist. The chandelier consists of 140 crystal strands each one consisting of 87 Swarovski crystals lit up by LED's that change the color of the design. In addition "Mediterraneo" emits certain soothing smells and also changes shape before the viewer's eyes. This is truly a unique and gorgeous crystal chandelier design. Chris Levine was the mind behind the chandelier entitled "Vertigo". This creation has the look and feel of old-time chandeliers similar to those you might see in ballrooms but "Vertigo" is lit with laser lights throughout the rows of crystals. The result is a visually stunning display of what can be done with beautiful Swarovski crystals.
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