Nomad Light by Beau McClellan
by Ted Savage / September 28, 2011
Via @architonic, a spectacularly interactive LED chandelier, 5m long, made up of 200 individual components. The individual elements use Beau McClellan's signature glass mirror-coating finish, "reflecting the interior by day and becoming semi-transparent at night, when illuminated by LEDs." Each LED can be "individually controlled to create numerous colour effects and variations using a touch screen, ipad or iphone."


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The LEDs are diffused through frosted hand-ground crystal which magnifies the light, creating warm pastel shades of colour. Presented at Designjunction, during the London Design Festival 2011. More on Architonic's Facebook page and at Beau McClellan. Photos: Architonic.

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