Who Did That? Creates Sustainable Wood Chandeliers With the Help of Solar Power

by , 01/17/11

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If you are looking to transform your room with a sustainably sourced statement piece, then the Grandelier lamp may just be the artful bit of decor you’ve been searching for! Australian graphic designer Loz Abberton of Who Did That? is the creative luminary behind the incredible Grandelier. Working out of her solar powered studio located far out on the Carlton Bluff in southern Tasmania, Australia, Abberton’s draws inspiration from her surroundings, dreaming up her “flora friendly” designs in a distinctly graphic way.

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Available in two styles, ‘The Baroque’ and ‘The Bloom’, the lights are versatile enough to either be hung from your ceiling, or turned over and displayed on a floor or table. And the choice doesn’t stop there – the Grandelier lamps are also available in a range of sizes, and made from a variety of chain of custody veneers and carbonized bamboo.

Easy to transport, each piece is flat packed for shipment to anywhere around the world. Whether displayed in the Apple Isle, Tasmania or the Big Apple, New York, the Grandelier will be a surefire standout!

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  1. Cheri Momo January 26, 2011 at 8:39 pm

    Very Lovely…♥

  2. nicole chuwen January 25, 2011 at 5:55 pm

    awesome work.what a talented lady. pity some people are so quick to find fault before finding facts…..

  3. catherine at mooch January 22, 2011 at 10:06 am

    Love this lighting, its functional and could class as a piece of art, what more could you want?

  4. karenart January 18, 2011 at 4:06 pm

    ‘The Baroque’ is lovely! How much do these cost? I’m the designer Loz has different choices for the material.
    office furniture santa rosa
    has contemporary items.

  5. loz abberton January 18, 2011 at 2:46 pm

    thanks for your comments…and happy to be part of the inhabitat world. tho, please note the “bulbs” are LEDs from my Aussie supplier not the ole burn ’em up incandescents. sinfin (supplier) does a cool – literally and physically – range of bulb shapes and i chose the familiar form of the redundant. energy saving bulbs fit the grandeliers, too as the fitting is standard. hurrah!

  6. stingray January 18, 2011 at 5:34 am

    Brilliant concept, absolutely love it… another Tasmanian triumph!

  7. Jenny Tranter January 18, 2011 at 5:10 am

    AUTHORS NOTE: The bulbs featured in the images of the Grandeliers are low energy LED light bulbs. (Sourced through SINFIN Lighting in Australia: Link: http://www.sinfin.com.au/index.php).

  8. Wanda January 18, 2011 at 4:57 am

    From one aussie grandelier lover (and owner) i’ve checked all the bulbs since i owned the bloom lantern, it fits Oz energy savers, redundant incandescents (too much landfill) and LEDs…versatile. I’ve fitted mine with an LED bulb (like the one in the pic) – it looks like the old fashioned heat sink…they’re gorgeous and last, last

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