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Suspended steel sculpture in the air. The cream PORTAL chandelier is a blend of art, lightness, and modern design. It transforms with the chosen point of observation, leaving room for the viewers’ free interpretation.
2615,00 ZŁ – 2745,00 ZŁ
The PORTAL chandelier is part of a unique, sculptural lighting collection called ELEMENTS. All chandeliers in this series depict the fleeting nature of vegetation in a modern, raw rendition. Steel objects, suspended on thin wires, tell the story of leaves falling and swirling in the wind.
The cream PORTAL is a harmonious chandelier that dramatically changes its form depending on the viewer’s point of observation. Steel objects change their position with gusts of wind, creating a constantly new composition. The lamp’s form resembles a mesmerizing dance of butterflies over a flowery meadow. The sculptural character of the PORTAL lamp is meant to stimulate the viewer’s imagination.
The geometric objects that make up the chandelier are precisely laser-cut from thin steel and then powder-coated in cream color. The innovative use of a light beige hue adds warmth to the composition and the entire interior.
The cream PORTAL chandelier, like other Gie El products, is made to order and is entirely produced in Poland. It aims to evoke emotions because it is created from emotions: the emotions of designers, craftsmen, and others involved in its creation. The chandelier has been designed for modern, spacious private and commercial interiors. It will be a harmonious addition to a living room, cafe, hotel, dining area, or bathroom.
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Maria i Jacek Rypuła
Architects and designers. Founders of the Gie El brand. Visionaries of light and sculptural forms. Creators of original chandeliers and light installations. They bring emotions and stories hidden in the unique forms of lamps into the interior.