The recently opened exhibit titled Play by Stuart Haygarth, a photographer-turned-designer based in London, showcases his stunning chandeliers. Making waves on the Internet more than five years ago, this United Kingdom artist has continued to expand his collection using found objects as his main source of materials.
Yet none of the light fixtures in Play by Stuart Haygarth come off as secondhand at all. Instead, they take on a gorgeous, breathtaking presence that could easily grace a modern palace or other such luxurious spaces. His sculptural chandeliers are made from such objects as plastic containers and sunglass lenses. According to Cool Hunting, "His process follows a precise methodology in which Haygarth classifies everything according to two categories—color and function."
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