Impressive Visual Effects Of The Vortex Chandelier



Vortex Chandelier, futuristic design, Zaha Hadid, Sawaya, Moroni, futuristic home
Zaha Hadid, Patrik Schumacher, Sawaya & Moroni have presented an unusual light with a series of furniture pieces. The design of Vortex Chandelier employs flowing, curvilinear forms; a double helix connects its beginning to its end, thus forming an endless strip of light. The light corpus is 2 m high and 1.5 m wide; it consists of 12 separate mouldings that fit together seamlessly in a 12 m long string. Its opaque surface etches two transparent acrylic light spirals and a recessed LED light strip ensures stunning visual sensations, which can be programmed with Zumtobel’s lighting management system. Due to a special suspension assembly this chandelier can be attached flush to the ceiling.
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Vortex Chandelier, futuristic design, Zaha Hadid, Sawaya, Moroni, futuristic home

Vortex Chandelier, futuristic design, Zaha Hadid, Sawaya, Moroni, futuristic home

Vortex Chandelier, futuristic design, Zaha Hadid, Sawaya, Moroni, future home

Vortex Chandelier, Zaha Hadid, Sawaya, Moroni, futuristic interior

Vortex Chandelier, modern design, Zaha Hadid, Sawaya, Moroni, futuristic furniture

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