Tobias Tostesen has elected to use an unorthodox material to build a massive luxurious chandelier. A transparent wonder, it could be likened to similar crystal creations. Nevertheless, this particular light fixture has been fashioned out of clear LEGO pieces. Who knew those even existed?
A fifth year industrial design student at Kolding School of Design in Denmark, Tobias Tostesen started to make a name for himself with the Larch Table. Made out of nearly 8,000 LEGO pieces, Tobias Tostesen's chandelier takes on a tiered circular shape that could easily fit a human body or two within.
Yet there appears to be another similar structure somewhat hidden within Tobias Tostesen's design. This gives the chandelier an added sense of dimension that elevates the look of the light.
Transparent LEGO Chandelier
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