Chandeliers were originally conceived to be suspended from the ceiling, because it turns out to better illuminate the room. Why do we start so far away? Because they can also hang in completely different ways. For example, a chandelier can quite easily be a light bulb lying on … plates hanging from the ceiling.
Of course, calling it a chandelier is not entirely correct, because in essence it is a lamp. Where you hang it - in the kitchen or in the room - is up to you, but in the kitchen, of course, it will look "in the subject." As we announced in the announcement, the lamp is made up of almost a dozen cymbals, although they are not common. All the plates are connected in a chain, and in such a way that an ornate snake is obtained. The spectacle turns out to be very funny, but the designer did not stop at the plates - did they make the lamp a lamp? No, the most important thing remained - in fact, the light source. Here the designer used a simple light bulb, but he used it like - he put it on a plate, which is in a horizontal position, and he got such a still life. And because the light bulb is not edible, the idea doesn't get any worse.
Of course, the project has its drawbacks. Moreover, the obvious - this kind of lamp (or chandelier - you can call it whatever you like) is too large. You can knock on her, even if you are not too tall. It should also be said that the lamp looks more like a sculpture than a lamp itself, so it should be handled carefully. Nevertheless, one can hardly assume that many will appreciate the idea - it attracts with its originality, but definitely not with its convenience.
Interestingly, we recently talked about one project by designer Jung Hwa-Jin. mentioned.