Philippe Model’s selection has been announced and Atomic is his favorite modern chandelier.
A few days ago, the designer and fashion designer Philippe Model has presented his selection of furnishing pieces in the online platform MOM of Maison et Objet January. The good news was that Atomic modern chandelier designed by DelightFULL was at the top of his list. Today we are going to tell all the reasons why it was selected. Keep scrolling!
You must be overwhelmed and thinking what has the Atomic chandelier to have been selected as one of the 7 furnishing pieces chosen by Philippe Model, just in time for Maison et Objet 2018. Let’s find out everything about this mid-century lighting design.
Atomic modern chandelier was inspired by the molecular composition of the atom as a nod to the atomic age and race to space mid-century era.
With a set of spotlights all arranged much like molecular forms, this modern chandelier comes to redefine what mid-century lighting is all about.
Building this unique lighting design using materials such as brass, steel, and aluminum, DelightFULL’s skilled artisans arranged it in an abstract composition, just like the non-conventional molecular forms.
Both a glossy black and a gold-plated finish were used for the body, while glossy black and gold powder paint were the chosen finish in the shades. This stylish suspended ceiling light is the right fit for a contemporary living room, or even for a more modern master bedroom.
It looks also stunning with a glossy white and gold powder paint. A perfect choice for your Thanksgiving decoration.
MATERIALS: Body: Brass and Steel | Shade: Steel
WEIGHT: Aprox. 25 kg | 55.1 lbs
BULBS: 8x G9 Bulbs (bulbs not included for North America)
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