This subtle shaded handmade chandelier shows neutral doesn’t need to be boring! The alabaster and buttermilk blown glass spheres exude simplicity and elegance and give a soft glowing light which is a pleasure to live with.
55cm diameter x 135cm cascade of glass
This ORIGIN II chandelier was installed on the vaulted ceiling of this London house and all the natural light accentuated the beauty of the blown glass spheres. We used alabaster, buttermilk and smoke glass and these muted neutral tones looked very elegant in the space. Our ORIGIN II design is more open with more space between the spheres, perfect in this light and airy space.
ORIGIN II - 55cms wide with a 170cms glass drop
This was another very large piece for a fabulous house near the sea. The huge amount of daylight in this double height entrance hall accentuated the beauty of the individual blown glass spheres. The muted opaque tones provided a glowing background for the translucent blues and the entire piece was warmed with the inclusion of amber spheres.
ORIGIN II – 75cms wide with a 250cms drop of glass
Overlooking the Sussex Downs this house was treat to visit. The inclusion of lime introduced such a joyful note into this chandelier which emphasised the impact of this double height atrium and the wonderful views. The red tones work extremely well with lime.
ORIGIN II – 55cms wide with a 150cms drop of glass
This close up of an early ORIGIN II chandelier shows the beauty of the individually blown glass spheres. These very warm tones of amber, tortoiseshell and red inject a more traditional note into the contemporary design. The colour of the light produced by these spheres is a delight!
ORIGIN II – 55cms wide with a 215cmsdrop of glass