Published at Thursday, February 22nd, 2018 - 18:21:44 PM. Chandelier. By Armina Jomphe.
Murano glass stands for beauty, quality craftsmanship, and tradition. From as early as 1200's Murano glassmakers operated their furnaces to create beautiful objects from such trivial substances as sand, sodium, and certain basic minerals. The foundations of the craft came down to Venetians from ancient Romans that knew how to heat up silica (or fine sand) till it starts to melt, add minerals for colors, and shape the hot glass mass into intricate forms. But certainly not everyone who knew the theory of this process could create high quality glass objects.
Throughout human history, light has gathered our attention and hearts to share in the journeys each of us travel. From primitive fire to the electronically enhanced lighting systems of today's modern home - the same is true. Lighting impacts our mood and determines the tone of many settings. The distinction is also part of classifying the style associated with the very sources of light itself. From classical to mission style, simple to complex, the artistry of today's chandelier lighting also has its unique classification and distinction. A traditional chandelier by comparison to a modern chandelier has a completely unique feel and use - important distinctions when designing a library foyer or a hotel lobby. What allows for these unique interpretations and classifications of traditional chandelier and modern chandelier? The answer may surprise you and will demonstrate that we are each affected by the seemingly insignificant but important presence and impact of chandelier lighting.
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