Metallic Cloud Chandelier Manifests Itself With Steel Scrubbing Sponges

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Metallic Cloud Chandelier Manifests Itself With Steel Scrubbing Sponges by Daisuke Hiraiwa



Designed by Daisuke Hiraiwa, "A Cloudy Day" is a light and airy cloud light, floating in space. Composed of metal scrubbers, Hiraiwa expresses how we can be bathed in the light through wisps of clouds. The metallic scrubbers give the light unique reflective qualities that create a brilliant sparkle and enhance the glow coming from inside the fixture. Japanese designer, Daisuke Hiraiwa is educated in architecture, ceramics, spacial and interior design.  Hiraiwa currently works in his London-based studio, g.+ which he founded in 2007.

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2 Responses to “Metallic Cloud Chandelier Manifests Itself With Steel Scrubbing Sponges”

  1. Kestrel Jenkins says:

    What a wicked way to distribute light. Completely recycled and I can completely see this hanging from the ceiling of environment furniture’s showroom!

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