Mandala by WillowlampJanuary 24, 2013
The lamp's sculptural form is a result of the company's manufacturing technique, which allows ball chains to be attached to notches in laser-cut steel shapes. Now a registered patent of Willowlamp, the notching system allows the lamp to be free of fasteners. Mandala is inspired by Islamic patterns translated into a 3-D form with laser-cut stainless steel frames, chrome-plated or lacqured solid brass components, and ball chains in a range of colors. The piece is illuminated by a combination of surface-mounted and suspended G4 Halogen lamps.
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About the Manufacturer: Willowlamp is an innovative, award-winning South African lighting company whose products are anchored in one simple yet very ingenious idea: a patented method of attaching ball-chain to laser-cut steel frames. A tiny notch in the metal frame is the key to creating a fastener-free chain curtain system, which unleashes endless design possibilities. These range from very simple sleek lampshades that are relatively affordable to massive, highly complex sculptural art forms and custom chandeliers that are appropriate for huge projects at even the most extreme highend of the market.
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