Using the motion of light, color and sound waves as their muse, young Russian designers Anna Strupinskaya and Alexey Ivashkevich launched their stunning abstract lamp design during Milan Design Week 2014.
The 'Symphony Lamp Chandelier' was designed in a way so that the designers could both explore and portray the physical and metaphysical aspects of light and sound waves in an artistic way -- the abstract lamp design is no longer a whimsically abstract piece once you see the resemblance.
The crafty designers differentiate between light, color and sound via three interlaced spatial ribbons that are like a visualization of what the waves would look like in their minds.
"We've continued our experiments with silicone as we love the translucency and color overlaying effects that this material provides," say the two designers.
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