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Art exhibition with light – Luxury Chandelier "Baccarat highlights"
A recently unveiled its special edition Baccarat Highlights of 2013, the International Furniture Fair in Milan Palazzo Morando in Milan. In light of this art exhibition with the best creations of recent design, Maison & Lighting showed that blend traditional craftsmanship with technical progress. Be inspired by this exclusive selection of luxury chandeliers.
Art exhibition at the Milan Furniture Fair 2015 light
French crystal manufacturer Baccarat is considered the most famous manufacturers in the world of high quality crystal and glassware. The company is expanding its repertoire with interpretations of classic designs and the use of latest technologies. The precious creations design and lush heavy are a staple for Baccarat. Here lovers of extravagant design pieces exclusive masterpieces of light and crystal.
Luxury Chandelier Edition 2015 - Art Exhibition in the light of Baccarat
Cooperation with designers Fernando and Humberto Campana, Louise Campbell, Jean-Marc Gady, Jaime Hayon, Arik Levy, Philippe Nigro and Philippe Starck - and students of ECAL School of Art and Design Lausanne creations showed spectacular. Part of the art exhibition with chandelier light in Milan provide interpretations of famous drawings dar. Crinoline Lady by Jean-Marc Gady is a classic example of 19th century chandelier, which began in Milan in a new light. The original model gave the designer a minimalist touch.
"Strange Zenith" by Philippe Starck
The crystal chandelier is a new version of the famous Zenith chandelier (emblematic of Baccarat).
Art exhibition "Torch" light by Arik Levy
The flame pendant was designed by Arik Levy for Baccarat and inspired by the sculptures of Alexander Calder. The original concept was enriched with elements of traditional chandeliers.
Baccarat Pendant Lighting Design
"Set Candy" is the collection of Jaime Hayon, the sparkling crystal combines with porcelain in a brilliant blend.
Shine and pure craft - "nervous Zenith" by Louise Campbell
The Danish designer has created a classic shape with extravagant elements.
Baccarat Highlights - Milan Design Week 2013
"Tinker Bell and celeste" by Philippe Nigro
"Tile Crystal" by Arik Levy
"Heritage chosen" by J. de Givenchy
Art with Light - Luxury Chandelier