Monday, 2 July 2012

Liebeskind Light

Architect Daniel Liebskind  has designed  the “El Chandelier” as a part of Sawaya & Moroni's new 2012 collections.The chandelier evolves from an unfolded spiral form, which reflects light by creating unexpected effects through the use of almost 2000 LEDs. The pattern of the LEDs is controlled by an algorithm, developed by Daniel Liebeskind’s astrophysicist son Dr. Noam Liebeskind, which tells the story of light since the Big Bang. Weighing 350 pounds and standing nine feet tall, this galactic, decorative light simulates the evolution of light up until the present day, condensing 14 billion years into a 14 minute light show in which the contours of the chandelier are amplified with virtual movement of light.


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