Gently I go, as I gently waving to me gently, unless the clouds away to the west – “Cambridge” and when the poet Xu popular classic song writing of modern poetry, American sculptor Alexander Calder created with the charm of many of the same dynamic sculpture, the natural flow through the air and watch the show who’s playing with different forms, so that every viewer feel the sharp air flow, the flow of time and space conversion. Molo from the designer’s creative inspiration is cloud chandelier from the famous sculptor, cloud lights every single unit, as an individual to expand narrow, and fluttering in the wind, somewhat similar to safety light have introduced home soft changing RGB LED light lantern light, the use of new flexible models and materials to create shapes such as clouds floating lights, central light withLED spotlight source temperature is lower and more energy efficient. Each hanging light clouds floating up, the horizon distance as the clouds drifted home, and Chinese designers Zhao Liping clouds LED floor lamp also gives a warm and elegant feeling.
He is a really good artist make this ,his make this shape was gentlly and feel softly, i’d like it cause the slod shape, it almost like we stand under the real cloud. as we know, we cannot see the cloud in the night but he make the night cloud we can see, it changed the thing can not be changed. it’s a relly good changing idea for us to learn how to think the thing is oppsite way.
Tod Kurt called the Crystal Monster. It shows off the power of 18 BLINKM MAXM that are neatly placed in the custom laser cut box. You probably remember some of the cool Roomba Hacking that Tod also does.”It’s made from over 400 sheets of laser-cut acrylic, more that 240 feet of LED tape (>2200 RGB LEDs!), and around 500 steel rods and other steel hardware. It’s approximately 12 feet long and 10 feet wide and hovers 10 feet above your head.”
I’d like this sculpture cause he make the crtstal become hard and feel cold, it’s really like a cold blood machine that change the ming for the real crystal, he also make the crystal in the oppsite way and more sterngth that open the new sight for people viewing the crystal showing, i’d really love his idea and give me the idea to make the crystal in another way can affect people emotion.
This Czech company manufactures and designs contemporary lighting accessories and glass installations. The label dares to fuse crystal, light and art.
Lasvit: Lighting Designs in Crystal that
Balance Tradition and Creative Audacity
By Diana Subirats
When we say light is transformed into art, we speak big words. Still, we could sum it up in just six letters: Lasvit, derived from the combination of two Czech words, láska and svit, meaning “love and light”, two elements that are always present in the sculptural pieces and projects from this master glass manufacturer.
During Milan Design Week 2014, Lasvit presented an exhibition titled (E) Motions. Artists, architects and designers such as Maarten Baas, Arik Levy and Maxim Velčovský displayed a novel collection of lamps inspired by ice, which show a subtle balance of color and shape that result in true works of glass art.
Lasvit, founded in 2007 by Leon Jakimic in Prague, designs and manufactures contemporary lighting fixtures, artistic glass installations and exclusive collections made from glass. Based on traditions that date back to medieval times, when the kingdom of Bohemia was part of what is now the Czech Republic, Lasvit explores unique and unorthodox manufacturing techniques that put a stamp of exclusivity in the firm. Its creative audacity breaks conventional boundaries allowing a bold fusion of cutting edge technology with the most stunning luxury.
Lasvit‘s projects can be admired in many parts of the world, from Singapore to Los Angeles, London or Paris, and their clientele is as varied as their designs. A slender lamp, interlocking white glass “threads” and creating undulating volumes, designed for a private residence in Dubai, can leave you just as stunned as the huge bright green candle at Prague’s luxurious Florentinum hotel, irreverently imposed on the austere minimalism that surrounds it.
Another example of craftsmanship is the glass wall of the Rosewood Hotel in Abu Dhabi, where an elaborate design of intertwined glass, lit with LED lights, appears to be a continuous flow of liquid in different shades of red.
Bubbles are another recurring element in their designs. The Hydrogen line by Lars Kemper and Peter Olah attracts the attention of architects with futuristic visions. Huge bubble panels are used to divide spaces, recreate floors or decorate ceilings. Lasvit Hydrogen is so versatile that it can be used in public or private spaces as well as in the lobbies of hotels, spas, boutiques and bars, where it becomes a focal point. With natural light by day and LED lighting at night, it delivers kaleidoscopic illusions.
I’d like this sculpture cause it shows the crystal luxury and very expensive thinking, his sculpture give me the idea for use another materials replace the crystal and it can makes sculpture more public and feel not cold and can warm people’s heart. and the different shape give me the idea i don’t really need to make a vases sculpture that I still can make another thing replace it.