The Daily Lamp – Nao Tamura’s Venetian Cityscape Chandelier, Flow(t)

Process sketches from Nao Tamura’s design for Flow
Process sketches from Nao Tamura’s design for Flow

Process photo work from Nao Tamura’s design for Flow

Back after last week’s pause — The Daily Lamp for today is a memory-based, quite earthenly beautiful chandelier called Flow(t), from designer Nao Tamura for retailer WonderGlass.  From the WonderGlass website:

The reflections of the Venetian cityscape glistening on the evening water hints at an imaginary city below the moving surface. There is a border between the world under and the land above. In the city of Venice, where the real world and fantasy coexists, this chandelier is the embodiment of the beauty of dual worlds.

‘Flow[T]‘ is a contemporary chandelier inspired by the colours of the Venetian lagoon and customised to the desires of each owner. Each piece enjoys its own shape, and in multiples, they create a sculptural display of lighting.

This is a really beautiful piece!  It’s subtle without being background, and it’s beautiful enough to be a center illuminator for a room.  Check it out!






Thanks, Spoon and Tamago!

Previous articleDiscodeine’s Awesome CGI Music Video from Pleix
Next articleLight, Lighting, and Electricity Facts and Chicks!