This can truly be described as an ‘atmospheric’ chandelier! The French creative ‘arturoerbsman’ has perfectly (and poetically) combined the man-made environment with nature in their ‘polar light’ luminaires.

In winter months, as water crystallizes on the surfaces of the chandelier, a fragile beauty is visible. As the wire metal structure catches moisture, water droplets form and slowly freeze giving ‘polar light’ its glowing ephemeral quality.

Climatic elements like water and ice become building materials to work with and manipulate into an ecological aesthetic. here, the energy of the climate is cleverly employed to become an active participant in the design process.

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