The 'Versailles Chandelier' has been designed as a futuristic piece of home decor that highlights a somewhat antiquated aesthetic that is achieved with modern technology. Created by Alexandre Boucher, the chandelier is crafted from flexible OLED ribbons that enable it to be fully illuminated rather than only have portions that emit light.
A silver winner at the LG OLED Design Competition, the hanging light identifies how vintage and modern aesthetics can be merged to create something that is suitable for modern interiors. The 'Versailles Chandelier' has been named as such to correlate the design with the grandiose lights found in the namesake palace in France where it would look completely at home thanks to the modern yet antiquated aesthetic.
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