• SumoMe

There is something wrong when you see this chandelier for the first time. How can the bottom part floating like that. My guess at the first time is that this chandelier uses steel wire to hold the lights. And then I think there is something wrong with my eyes, maybe I see a something like mirror effect. But nope, the answer is magnets. This Float Chandelier by Danny Giannella and Tammer Hijazi from Bower sure is an interesting object to have. Each LED lights magnetically pulled outward towards a central ring from above and below, creating a magical effect of frozen space and time.

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