Christopher Banahan

Christopher Banahan

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I gave up thinking about things im about to do a long time ago!!
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A silver winner of the LG OLED Design Competition, the Versailles Chandelier by Alexandre Boucher mixes history with the future. It uses flexible OLED technology to create a chandelier that visually stays true to its roots, mimicking the overall silhouette, but rather than using bulbs to illuminate the massive lighting fixture, the Versailles Chandelier lights up itself, thanks to the properties of OLEDs.

A silver winner of the LG OLED Design Competition, the Versailles Chandelier by Alexandre Boucher mixes history with the future. It uses flexible OLED technology to create a chandelier that visually stays true to its roots, mimicking the overall silhouette, but rather than using bulbs to illuminate the massive lighting fixture, the Versailles Chandelier lights up itself, thanks to the properties of OLEDs.

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This has gotta be one of the most beautiful and bizarre standalone speakers we’ve ever seen! It explores using narrow, rolled strips of beech wood to create coil based shapes – a technique that’s been used in decorative items and light fixtures for ages. While the dangling spiral shape is what’s most apparent, the tighter coil at the top is perfectly structured for pure sound delivery. It produces a uniquely clear and soft tone with little distortion.

This has gotta be one of the most beautiful and bizarre standalone speakers we’ve ever seen! It explores using narrow, rolled strips of beech wood to create coil based shapes – a technique that’s been used in decorative items and light fixtures for ages. While the dangling spiral shape is what’s most apparent, the tighter coil at the top is perfectly structured for pure sound delivery. It produces a uniquely clear and soft tone with little distortion.

A' Design Awards & Competition: Last Call for Entries - Core77

A' Design Awards & Competition: Last Call for Entries - Core77