‘The chandelier starts in the ceiling and ends just before the floor with a 10m total length. It is balanced and attached only in two end points: The ceiling and floor. The stem is rolling up and a total of nine flower lams (called GRAPPA) are emerge out of it with different height and angles that provide light towards the each stairs. The stem is made of rolled metal covered by cloth with random folding. The design results in interesting interplay between the stairs space and the organic plant that provides warm light atmosphere.
The design concept was aimed to be organic.
The inspiration came from the climbing plant Ipomea tricolor that grows in my garden. This plant has a gentle climbing stem in which colorful flowers emerge from.
Recently, I have developed new technique to attached wood veneer pieces via sew. Alike textile methodology, I use a diagonal strip and fuse the wood parts with an industrial sewing machine that I have in my studio.’