Marcel Wanders Calliope Pendants, for Wonderglass, April 2017

Marcel Wanders Calliope Pendants

I shall be spending August ‘staycation’-ing in London, enjoying the empty roads, varying my routines, doing fun stuff as D takes some holiday time and the usual daily pressures are eased.

Some tidy up housekeeping, with a little reposting of not-to-be-lost favourites, is as close as I shall be getting to blogging over the summer break.  Normal life here will be resuming in early September.

Today, I commence with the first of the tidy up posts – from an email I’ve been holding onto since April – about these lovely Calliope Pendants, seen during Milan Design Week.

I was rather taken with these in the multiple, though I’m not sure I have a physical space for them in my upcoming house project plans. Nevertheless, they sure are pretty on the interiors-eye, aren’t they?

Click across to see more about Calliope by Marcel Wanders, or go to  Wonderglass

Amsterdam, April 4th 2017. At Instituto dei Ciechi, Marcel Wanders presents ‘Calliope’ a modular chandelier created in collaboration with London-based lighting design company, Wonderglass.

Inspired by Japanese calligraphy, the dynamic chandelier made of blown Venetian glass gracefully creates spatial and versatile light installations when clustered or by itself. As a unique modular chandelier, this adaptable fixture can expand to create full ceiling and room installations. With oblate spheroids shapes and synthetic hair brushes, ‘Calliope’ is a timeless floating illuminating pendant that swings slightly with the wind.

Enjoy the summer breeze 💋

Marcel Wanders Calliope Pendants, for Wonderglass, April 2017
Marcel Wanders Calliope Pendants, for Wonderglass, April 2017
Marcel Wanders Calliope Pendants, for Wonderglass, April 2017
Marcel Wanders Calliope Pendants, for Wonderglass, April 2017

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