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LINDSEY ADELMAN BRANCHING BUBLE

About the Branching Bubble Collection

First created in 2006, Branching Bubble was inspired by brass swivel joints and elbows found in industrial stores on Canal Street in lower Manhattan. What would happen if you took those shapes and redesigned them to create something radical and unexpected? What if you combined them with graceful, hand-blown glass spheres like those made by Michiko Sakano, a Brooklyn-based artist with an incredible eye steeped in traditional technique?

Branching Bubble is a fusion of these two seemingly disparate aesthetics - industrial and organic - like a marriage of opposites gone wild with joy. The fixture can remain simple or can be designed to wander or expand to fit your space. Available in a wide range of metals and finishes, it can highlight a vast ceiling with a warm glow or flow down a wall - the possibilities are endless. Glass spheres, clear, white or smoky, resemble delicate vases set slightly crooked. The natural imperfections make the chandelier seem almost alive.

7-Glove Branching Bubble BB.07.45

Produced by Lindsey Adelman in her New York studio, the Branching Bubble series is inspired by the complex yet interconnected forms found in nature. It consists of brass components with hand-blown glass handles and is available in a variety of metal and glass finishes to create unique configurations.

Lindsey Adelman Branching Bubble 7 Globe

Here is a beautiful 7 gobe version of Lindsey Adelman's Branching Bubble series chandeliers. Finished in brushed brass with 9 inch hand blown glass globes suspended from a 72 inch leg.

Lindsey Adelman lives and works in her native New York City. She has specialized in lighting design since 1996. Founded in 2006, her studio has grown to a group of forty and recently opened a location in Los Angeles. The lighting collections are driven by developing industrial modular systems to capture the fleeting, ephemeral beauty of nature. Adelman first discovered industrial design when he met a woman sculpting foam fries for an exhibit in her editorial at the Smithsonian and immediately went on to study ID at the Rhode Island School of Design. She continues to be challenged and seduced by the intangible substance of light and is obsessed with creating forms that maximize the sensual effect of light and emphasize emptiness. Adelman's work has been exhibited at the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, Design Miami, Nilufar Gallery and BDDW, among others. The studio has a long-standing philanthropic mission supporting the Robin Hood Foundation to fight poverty in New York City. Adelman attributes much of the studio's current success to its desire to make an impact. Adelman lives with her designer husband Ian and son Finn in Brooklyn.

Unusual blown glass chandeliers by Lindsey Adelman, perfect for furnishing a large hallway or dining room. Lindsay Adelman's bubble branch chandeliers are unusual in shape and design. With the release of this first chandelier, which combines the organic nature of blown glass with more rationally machined parts, the New York studio's signature aesthetic was born. All chandeliers are handmade and therefore unique! A true work of art will carry over to your dining room, hallway, hallway or any other room in your home.

"Branching Bubble" chandelier by Lindsey Adelman

First created in 2006, "Branching Bubble" was inspired by brass swivel joints and elbows found in industrial stores on Canal Street in lower Manhattan. What would happen if you took those shapes and redesigned them to create something radical and unexpected? What if you combined them with graceful, hand-blown glass spheres like those made by Michiko Sakano, a Brooklyn-based artist with an incredible eye steeped in traditional technique?

"Branching Bubble" combines these two seemingly disparate aesthetics - industrial and organic - like a marriage of opposites gone wild with joy. The fixture can remain simple or can be designed to wander or expand to fit the space. Available in a wide range of metals and finishes, it can highlight a vast ceiling with its warm glow or flow down a wall - the possibilities are endless. The glass spheres, clear, white or smoky, resemble delicate vases set slightly crooked. Natural imperfections make the chandelier seem almost alive.

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How much is Lindsey Adelman Branching Bubble

Products inspired by the Lindsey Adelman Branching Bubble collection cost an average of 21320 PLN. There is also the possibility of personalizing these lamps, which may affect their price.

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