ether ceiling light by eurofase

posted by the scholar on March 13th, 2008
filed under: design, lighting

i love how modern and organic looking this ether ceiling fixture from eurofase is. it’s made of crystal and chrome and comes in two sizes: a large version at 56.25″h x 39.37″d and a shorter one at 35.87″h x 39.37″d.



when i look at this this i imagine that i’m underwater, looking up as the oxygen bubbles swirl and float up and over my head.

find more info on the ether light and see more selections on the eurofase website (several sexy chandeliers grace their pages!).

via contemporist

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6 Responses to “ether ceiling light by eurofase”

  1. At Home with Kim Vallee Says:

    I agree that this chandelier is magnificent. I am on a playroom frame of mind today, so I imagine soap bubbles or the magical transparent sea creatures moving in the water.

  2. the scholar Says:

    hi kim,

    yes yes! soap bubbles too. nice observation.

    thanks for stopping by! 🙂

  3. Bri Says:

    This is quite fun! I love your oxygen bubbles take on it.

  4. technabob Says:

    Cool… Kind of reminds me of my personal favorite chandelier. Maybe this one doesn’t cost as much as a small car 🙂

  5. the scholar Says:

    hi bri,

    there is something soothing about looking up and seeing the reflection of those crystals in the mirror surface, which reminds me of snorkeling for some reason.

    snorkel is a funny word isn’t it? 🙂

    thanks for coming over!

  6. the scholar Says:

    hi bob,

    yes it does remind me of the one you like but this one is all together and that one you like is more spread out. i like the chrome at the top of this one, it would reflect the light so nicely.

    i do get the feeling that both pieces are to be found in the same shop, haughty macspensive. maybe we can treat ourselves someday… xo

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