Magnificent Chandelier Shaped Like Vineyard's Grape Vines

What screams "high class" more than the grandeur caves of a winery featuring a chandelier with 1,500 Swarovski crystals? I certainly can't think of anything off the top of my head. That's part of why this exquisitely designed and installed hanging sculpture, boasting said sparkling crystals, takes our breath away.

Sculptor Donald Lipski constructed the ceiling fixture titled Chilean Red, which happens to be an anagram for "chandelier," with fellow designer Jonquil LeMaster. Located within the Kathryn Hall Vineyards in Rutherford, California, this large-scale structure that mimics an upside-down tree is an eye-catching piece that accentuates the refined ambience of its surroundings. While looking luxurious, the sculptural installation also echoes the "rugged and gnarled surfaces of grape vines" through its fabricated texture and branches.

Donald Lipski website
via [Job's Wife]

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Tags: Chilean Red, Donald Lipski, Jonquil LeMaster, art, design, installation, sculpture

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