Elegant Handmade Chandeliers: The Constantin Lighting Collection

Elegant Handmade Chandeliers: The Constantin Lighting Collection

Feast your eyes on this impressive lighting collection displaying an immaculate design. The Constantin line was created by Andrea Claire Lighting and features three types of handmade products: chandeliers, floor lamps, and desk lamps. The shape that stands at the basis of this collection is highly original and achieved through a special method of “forming bamboo over metal frames and armatures finished in brushed brass, satin nickel, oil rubbed bronze, or chrome”. When lit, the effect is truly spectacular and the room within which the lighting design is placed receives a warm, delightful glow. When the light is shut, the wooden chandelier adds a great decorative touch. The Constantin line, recently displayed at ICFF new york 2011 is said to be green and customizable. We particularly like the idea of “handmade”, which is why we salute this project and looking forward to seeing it on the market. The metal support however doesn’t seem to “blend in”; what do you think?


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  • SeaofGirasoles May 30, 2011 at 05:33 AMLogin to Reply →

    great design! simple ,clean , original!

  • Zara May 30, 2011 at 11:18 AMLogin to Reply →

    I like the design. It is very well created and such an impressive art. I’m looking forward to more designs from you. =)

  • feedthebirds May 31, 2011 at 18:26 PMLogin to Reply →

    beautiful work

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