Working in close partnership with developer and interior designer, Fenton Whelan, Nulty Bespoke has today announced the completion and installation of several custom-made lighting pieces throughout a luxury residential apartment in London’s Eaton Place, Belgravia.
Celine Gehamy, Product Designer at Nulty Bespoke comments, ‘From designing a creative, beautiful and practical solution for a chandelier in the tall, thin stairwell, to overseeing the colour combinations of the glass pendants within the dining room, this was just the kind of project that the Nulty Bespoke team thrives upon’.
This light sculpture in the main entertaining space of the apartment, incorporates 22 mouth blown dish- like glass shades made in London. Each shade is a combination of different hues of purple and white.
The sculpture consists of two separate polished champagne-gold- coloured metal frames, that seamlessly blend together as one. Each section has two ceiling plates incorporating the same metal. The LED light source is housed in an oval- shaped detail accommodating the natural, variations of glass thickness. The underside of the glass resembles an oyster shell with a pearl nestled within.