All glass items are fragile to some extent. For example, looking at dishes made of porcelain, you force yourself to be more careful with them. But usually it is impossible to say so about lamps, yet they are quite strong. But this is not always the case.
Of course, making the lamp too fragile and weightless is not entirely true, but the designers decided to take a chance. Although calling this creation a lamp is also not very correct. Most likely, this is a sculpture, for the creation of which very thin glass was spent. Inside the small vessels were LEDs that flicker in the dark with a bluish tint. Despite the fact that the sculpture made of materials contains not only glass, but also steel, it seems weightless, airy. A bunch of thin vessels, of course, does not fit any interior, and you should not even imagine it somewhere where it does not belong.
In a huge, bright room - perhaps, but you shouldn't even think about hanging it in a room where there is nowhere to take a step. Although, perhaps, one can admit that such a lamp is more intended for exhibitions and shows than home comfort. Firstly, its use seems simply unsafe, because with the slightest movement it can be broken, and secondly, it is simply too cumbersome. Even if this does not negate the fact that she is very beautiful.
The lamp was named Cumulus Maximus, the idea of creation belongs to the duet of Polish designers Daria Burlinska and Wojtek Traczyk.