Inspired by Nobel Prize winner Polish scientist Maria Sklodowska-Curie, the Maria S.C. lamp designed by Pani Jurek is a decorative experiment. This chandelier is made from empty test tubes, making this ceiling lamp ideal for those who enjoy experimenting with their home decor accessories.
From colored liquid to flowers, these tubes can be filled with everything you can think of. The chemistry containers are placed into two separate rows of circular plywood bands; one row is slightly bigger and located on top of the other. Therefore, for instance, one row could be filled with plants while the other could be left out empty. I personally like how the designer filled out the tubes using liquid colored with the hues of the rainbow, which adds life and colors to rooms.
The Maria S.C. lamp designed by Pani Jurek is a cool way to bring science into homely spaces.
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