contemporary chandelier / blown glass
ICE by Daniel Libeskind
Working with the master craftsmen at the Lasvit factory in the Czech Republic, Libeskind has created a bold, geometric chandelier that achieves a ‘one-of-a-kind’ luminosity through the delicate and fluid quality of hand-blown glass. The Ice chandelier is made up of clear glass ‘cells,’ blown into angular molds and then clustered together in a series of puzzle-like, triangular patterns. These modular patterns can be twisted and turned into any number of horizontal compositions to suit a wide variety of spaces. Like stalactites or icicles, the glass forms capture light, refracting it into prisms, so that each column glows in unpredictable ways.
Dimensions 1000 × 1000 × 400 mm + L
Light source GU 10 200 W
Weight 200 kg
Primary material Hand-blown glass