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The Surveillance Chandelier Looks Like it Impedes Personal Privacy

By: Meghan Young - Published: • References: humanssince1982 and trendsnow.net
Although the Surveillance Chandelier may look like it threatens people's right to privacy, it doesn't actually record anything. Instead, the Surveillance Chandelier is a unique light fixture made up of five or six security cameras that have been gutted in order to fit in light bulbs.

Designed by Stockholm-based studio Humans Since 1982, the Surveillance Chandelier is a continuation to their original Surveillance light created back in 2008, which took the form of a floor lamp. Although the Spoticam by Antrepo did wall-mount their security camera light design, the Surveillance Chandelier takes it one step further.

Made out of powder coated-aluminum, the Surveillance Chandelier is available for purchase at Victor Hunt in Brussels and Phillips de Pury in London.