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The SHY Light's Design was Inspired by Crystalline Forms

 - Mar 18, 2011
References: mattermatters & dezeen
It may not look like your standard chandelier, but the SHY Light by Bec Brittain is still guaranteed to lighten up your home.

Unlike most light fixtures, the SHY Light doesn't actually have a solid body. Instead, it's made from several conjoined LED tubes and rods, forming a large geometric piece. The light can be suspended in the air or it can be used as a simple floor lamp. The inspiration behind its unique look came from Brittain's experience in studying crystalline forms. The name itself has a personal touch with the letters of SHY being the initials of Brittain's grandmother according to MatterMatters.com.

The SHY Light has a minimalist design but its inspiration and unconventional form truly sets itself apart from other designer lights.