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Lasvit

Neverending Glory Metropolitan Opera

$2,560
Lasvit

Neverending Glory Metropolitan Opera

LASH006055045

$2,560
Description
The famous “sputnik” chandeliers of New York’s Metropolitan Opera House were the inspiration for this hand-blown glass fixture from Lasvit. Designers Jan Plechác and Henry Wielgus distilled the original metal and crystal constellations to their essence by making an outline of the Met’s central chandelier and then rotating that silhouette to create a three-dimensional shape. “Our aim was to make something very special but minimalistic,” says Plechác, “quite refined, but with big emotion.”
Detail
Origin
Made in the Czech Republic
Materials
Hand-blown glass
Dimensions
22 inches (diameter) x 17 inches (height)
Notes
  • Takes 1 standard light bulb (E26, a.k.a. Edison Screw)
  • Rated to a maximum of 40 watts
  • Includes hanging hardware as well as hanging instructions
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    The famous “sputnik” chandeliers of New York’s Metropolitan Opera House were the inspiration for this hand-blown glass fixture from Lasvit. Designers Jan Plechác and Henry Wielgus distilled the original metal and crystal constellations to their essence by making an outline of the Met’s central chandelier and then rotating that silhouette to create a three-dimensional shape. “Our aim was to make something very special but minimalistic,” says Plechác, “quite refined, but with big emotion.” The famous “sputnik” chandeliers of New York’s Metropolitan Opera House were the inspiration for this hand-blown glass fixture from Lasvit. Designers Jan Plechác and Henry Wielgus distilled the original metal and crystal constellations to their essence by making an outline of the Met’s central chandelier and then rotating that silhouette to create a three-dimensional shape. “Our aim was to make something very special but minimalistic,” says Plechác, “quite refined, but with big emotion.” The famous “sputnik” chandeliers of New York’s Metropolitan Opera House were the inspiration for this hand-blown glass fixture from Lasvit. Designers Jan Plechác and Henry Wielgus distilled the original metal and crystal constellations to their essence by making an outline of the Met’s central chandelier and then rotating that silhouette to create a three-dimensional shape. “Our aim was to make something very special but minimalistic,” says Plechác, “quite refined, but with big emotion.” The famous “sputnik” chandeliers of New York’s Metropolitan Opera House were the inspiration for this hand-blown glass fixture from Lasvit. Designers Jan Plechác and Henry Wielgus distilled the original metal and crystal constellations to their essence by making an outline of the Met’s central chandelier and then rotating that silhouette to create a three-dimensional shape. “Our aim was to make something very special but minimalistic,” says Plechác, “quite refined, but with big emotion.”