Ellipse Chandelier (16 Lights) by Baccarat
Designer Arik Levy revisits Baccarat’s iconic Zénith chandelier, which has been a boundless source of inspiration since its creation, and recreated it in the Ellipse form.
Inspired by cold-worked crystal, the chandelier references the magical malleability of the crystal form. The Zénith Ellipse shakes up the traditional assembly principles, notably with its slightly staggered branches that evolve from round to oval through anamorphosis. A feat of outstanding craftsmanship, the Clear crystal chandelier can be adjusted to any height. The 16-lights may be adorned with white pleated taffeta lampshades (must be ordered separately). The Ellipse takes the form of a delicate wave when seen from directly below. Levy’s Torch collection also reinterprets Baccarat lighting design classics.
Height: 98 cm
Length: 81 cm
Width: 117 cm
Weight: 30 kg
Maximum electrical power : 643,2 W
Voltage : 220-240V~
Frequency : 50/60Hz
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About The Designer – Arik Levy
“Creation is an uncontrolled muscle” according to Arik Levy (born 1963).
Artist, technician, photographer, designer, filmmaker, Levy’s skills are multi-disciplinary and his work can be seen in prestigious galleries and museums worldwide. Best known publicly for his sculptures – such as his signature Rock pieces -, his installations, limited editions and design, Levy nevertheless feels “The world is about people, not objects.”Hailing originally from Israel and moving to Europe after his first participation in a group sculpture exhibition in Tel-Aviv in 1988, Levy currently works in his studio in Paris.
The creation of his firm then meant a foray back to his first love, art and industrial design, as well as other branches of his talents. Respected for his furniture and light designs on all continents, Levy also creates hi-tech clothing lines and accessories for firms in the Far East. Considering himself now more of a “feeling” artist, Arik Levy continues to contribute substantially to our interior and exterior milieu, his work including public sculpture, as well as complete environments that can be adapted for multi use. “Life is a system of signs and symbols,” he says, “where nothing is quite as it seems.”