Swarovski Floor ChandelierProduct Design - Studio Dror
Client: Swarovski 2007
This unusual piece displaces the chandelier from the ceiling to the floor. Clear strands weave together 6,400 Swarovski crystals in a grid pattern. When the frame opens, the grid transforms into two sweeping parabolas. The frame itself is a Dror patent and a predecessor of QuaDror: a self-locking hinge system with no fasteners. Four incandescent strips are placed on the inner walls of the frame, creating a dramatic ambiance as the light glimmers through the curved web of crystals.
Darrin Haddad Photography
Work done at Dror.