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Above: Lupin range by Mantra. Left: RELCO Group’s Diana and Windfall’s Dining Jewel Two.


architecture, creating individual atmospheres, playful reflections and uniform illumination. This has been demonstrated time and time again in countless projects involving Swarovski's modern luminaires, from hotel lobbies to wellness oasis from bars to private living spaces across the world. ‘What truly makes Swarovski Strass crystal stand out when used in their luminaires is the sparkling play of colours, because Swarovski Straas crystal refracts the light striking the crystal in all it's spectral colours. It achieves this because of the perfect purity and clarity allowing the optimum transmission of light through the crystal. Depending upon the angle of


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view the resultant fiery play of colour within the crystal is transmitted to walls and ceilings.’


Roel Haagmanns and Clarissa Dorn founded Windfall just three years ago. In that time they have created and overseen the installation of some of the most inspired contemporary chandeliers ever seen. Windfall specialises in staircase chandeliers, delicate strands of crystals cascade like a waterfall with unique production techniques allowing for maximum drop with minimum frame structures. May these great designs continue to adorn spaces and bring them to life.


Contact


Chelsom 01253 831 400 www.chelsom.co.uk


Dernier & Hamlyn 020 8760 0900 www.dernier-hamlyn.com Inspired By Design 0161 278 2094 www.inspired-by-design.co.uk Inspired Lighting 0844 844 7600 www.mantralighting.com Nick Mailer Lighting 01403 713 670 www.nickmailerlighting.co.uk RELCO Group UK 01933 271 472 www.relcogroupuk.co.uk Sculptivate 020 7524 7742 www.sculptivate.co.uk


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