Is there a more unusual and eclectic collection of lights than Quasar’s? Have a look, at www.quasar.nl.
They have beautiful, flexible, delicate collections designed by Jan Pauwels. See some exciting custom installations on his own web site, at www.random.be.
He uses wires to make shapes, that also connect tiny, star-like lights:
Glass pieces can be added. Here is Universe Square (above) with glass rods added:
The result is the lightest, airiest feature light possible – and not obstructing any view!
They don’t have to be square. They can have a random shape, like this version of Universe:
They can be round, and have spotlights added to increase the amount of light being cast, as in this Universe Disc:
The wires can be curved, as in Curled:
Nobilis is the shape of a traditional chandelier:
So is Mira, this time with crystal drops added – so it becomes a "real" chandelier, but the lightest ever!
Philae is a delicate leaf shape…
…that can be made up into compositions:
Because Quasar make everything themselves, in their own factory, they are more than happy to do custom arrangements. The world’s you lobster, really! So do get in touch with us if you are looking to add some delicate enchantment to your project.