Jellyfish Chandeliers

  • Jellyfish Chandeliers

    New - summer 2014 - Jellyfish chandeliers.

    Fusing the latest LED technology, fibre optics and beautifully hand-crafted blown and solid sculpted hot glass.

    Shown at approx. 280 mm wide and 850 mm tall .

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    Each Jellyfish remains a true one-off mixed-media sculpture, combining glass, mica, acrylic, stainless steel, fibre optics and LEDs.

  • Jellyfish Chandeliers

    Each has two lighting schedules; the primary circuit is programmable via Radio frequency digital controllers , allowing control of individual colours , static or colour- change ; you can even select the brightness level. The second circuit is a pure white fibre optic circuit; this remains on when the jellyfish receives power.

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    This is a preview of our first jellyfish shoal installation. Five Jellyfish forms hang in front of what will be a water wall. Client undisclosed.

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    We were recently asked by a leading Interior company in London to design and manufacture another one of a kind Jellyfish Installation to go into an upmarket residence in London in the corner of a large pool room. They wanted it to be more of an installation so we added acrylic air bubbles. Images expected later in the year.

    The following shots were taken in the studio so that the client could have a preview.

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    We are soon going to be developing a smaller version of this Jellyfish design that operates via a simpler electrical system and one that incorporates more fibre optics. This new design will allow us to export more easily and allow us to create more sculptural installations.

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    These studio shots are taken from above, looking down. The resulting image has led onto further research and development; we showed these shots to a client and are now developing a range of 'tabletop' anemones for release later 2016.