nao tamura: flow(t) lighting for wonderglass
‘flow(t)’ lighting by nao tamura for wonderglass
dimensions: S1: Ø257mm, H240mm; S2: Ø110mm, H153mm; S3: Ø98mm, H454mm; S4: Ø210mm, H448mm
all images courtesy of nao tamura
the romantic scenes of the venetian cityscape glistening on the evening water is expressed through a series of glass lighting vessels.
the ‘flow(t)’ chandelier by nao tamura is the embodiment of the real world and fantasy, whereby the colors of the blue-green hues
of the venetian lagoon are illuminated. conceived for wonderglass, each blown glass piece enjoys its own sculptural shape
and is displayed in multiples.
‘flow(t)’ comes in four different shapes
the romantic waters of venice are captured in the lighting objects
detail of the blown glass forms
rendering of the ‘flow(t)’ chandelier
the venetian cityscape was the designer’s reference for creating the blue-green hue emitted by the lights
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