The Jeroen Verhoeven 'Butterfly Chandelier' is Stylish and Sustainable

By: Emily Evans - Published: • References: engadget & psfk
The current eco-conscious movement has people rethinking the way they live and what they support, and eco-lovers are sure to love the Jeroen Verhoeven 'Butterfly Chandelier.' This chandelier designed by Dutch-born designer Jeroen Verhoeven comes in a gorgeous cobalt blue color.

The Jeroen Verhoeven 'Butterfly Chandelier' manages to merge beauty with nature in its use of 500 butterflies made from photovoltaic cells. These tech-savvy cells promote sustainable solar-powered energy and reflect light. PSFK stated that "the amazing artwork simulates the illusion of insects gathering together toward a bright and cozy light source."

Not only is this Jeroen Verhoeven 'Butterfly Chandelier' stunning, but its ability to incorporate solar-powered technology and photovoltaic cells proves that merging technology and art can create truly beautiful items. Stats for Solar-Powered Cobalt Lights Trending: Older & Warm
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