Thursday, January 18, 2007

Tide chandelier by Stuart Haygarth

London-based designer Stuart Haygarth knows how to turn pile of ordinary trash into awe-inspiring treasure. Haygarth conceived of the Tide chandelier while collecting debris that had washed up on the shores of the Kent coastline. The enormous light fixture, measuring nearly five feet in diameter, is composed of clear and translucent objects, primarily made of plastic.

The Tide chandelier gets is name from its spherical shape, a reference to the moon, whose tidal pull creates the waves that wash up the debris.

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