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Catalogue excerpts

Megaron Spiral chandelier in a private mansion, Qatar

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Lobmeyr Design From drawing board to ceiling With the turn of the millennium the chandelier returned to the mood boards of designers and architects as an important decorative item. Outlived were the ideas of lofty ceilings and empty spaces. Soon the emergence of the LED as a serious medium of illumination further kindled the spark of a new implicitness of chandeliers. With our understanding of spaces and light and thriving to support a total work of arts Lobmeyr has always inspired his present age and produced concepts that sustained and prospered. We approach design as an integrated process....

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Megaron Spiral Series Stefan Rath, 2003 A wonderful example of a design that stems from a specific project. It was developed by Stefan Rath who was strongly inspired by the location: It adorns the main spiral staircase at the Megaron of Music Concert Hall in Athens. It became our tallest chandelier with almost 20 meter drop over 5 floors. It was finished and delivered just in time for the opening of the 2004 Olympic Games. The internal structure is hidden behind a curtain of Swarovski beads. Large versions bear triangular crystal prisms at the spiral elements, smaller versions are made with round...

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Megaron Spiral chandelier in a private house in Austria David Collins chandelier in the penthouse suite of the London Hotel, New York

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David Collins Chandelier David Collins, 2006 David Collins Studio London approached us to execute a stunning design for a Villa on the Côte d‘Azur in 2006. The challenge with this design was to connect the individual parts of the main body without any visible screws. Through the intertwined shape soldering was out of the question. So our craftsmen arrived at constructing the body inside-out through the sockets like ship-in-the-bottle. David Collins used the same design for a modern hotel as well as for his own home. The original design with 13 lights combines nickel finish for the body with plates...

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Basket Chandelier Marco Dessí, 2010 The starting point for Dessí’s design was the reproduction of an early baroque glass-arm-chandelier from Schloss Hof palace which is a classic Lobmeyr model today. Marco Dessí approached the project to not only reinvent the use of those glass-arms, but drew upon the vast variety of Grey #3 White #5 different types of chandeliers to carry over this technique to a totally new Inspired by the shape of traditional lanterns he wove a basket-like structure Purple #96 Blue #72 Petrol #87 Green #107 using hexagonally bent glass tubes in combination with silken cords....

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Basket Chandelier 42482-G-14 in a staircase, Vienna First adaption of the Metropolitan Wall Sconce design as a chandelier in a dining room, London

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Bellsize Park Chandelier The Evolution of a design The wall sconces Hans Harald Rath designed for the Met in 1966 proved a hidden treasure in our stock. It spun off many stunning chandeliers picking up on the grid-design. The first one was a project with Saskia Blyth of David Collins Studio in London. A long chandelier for a private dining room. Over the years we developed engineering of the simple concept to give us greatest flexibility in constructing this fixture. First editions were composed of rectangular shapes creating boxes of light and crystal. With skill and inventiveness we further...

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Captured Michael Anastassiades, 2012 Light refracted by crystal. Capturing the natural game of those two elements into a fascinating object has been the vision of this cooperation. A minimal elegant and strong metal structure, typical for Michael Anastassiades’ work, gives hold and position to precious crystal parts refined by Lobmeyr. Light, shadow and the game with geometry and space make these exciting objects so attractive and invite the onlooker to play with it. Its delicacy and subtleness graciously express the Lobmeyr aesthetics. The lamps are made of brass and come in silver, gold and...

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Ripple Lamp Poetic Lab, 2013 Ripple is a moving light piece that expresses the beauty of the material glass, celebrating the process of its making. Each Ripple set consists of a large rotating projection dome and a smaller lighting dome ensconcing the light source, a single 20 Watt G4 halogen bulb. A beam of light projects from the lighting dome through both walls of the mouth-blown unevenly shaped projection dome that gently rotates. This creates a play of shadow and light in an ever changing, moving ripple pattern – beauty that goes beyond the material itself. Essentially Ripple is an analogue...

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Lobmeyr Bespoke Beyond the catalogue We gladly dedicate our manufacturing expertise to designers and architects to create unique designs tailored to a specific room and telling a story. Together with the designer we like to push the boundaries of our trade to discover new ideas and different solutions to otherwise proven paths. This is where our craftsmen take their satisfaction enjoying diversity in their daily routines. Jack Ink developed with us a monumental sculpture of light and glass, available in bespoke colours. For Candy & Candy we developed an interesting twist on the common cartwheel-chandelier...

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Many designs grew beyond their original project Others slumber in our archives. Like ideas orbiting and became substantial parts of our product range. our heads, just waiting to become rising stars. Some of them constitute whole design families of Picture light Wall sconce 40232-2 Lobmeyr, circa 1980 L: 32 cm, D: 18 cm, 2 lights, E14, max. W: 120, Brass, Polished Cylinder Lantern 42439-3 Lobmeyr, 2003 One Crystal Chandelier Design Study Thomas Feichtner, 2013 Cunning Sphere Design Study Ø: 38 cm, 3 kg 1 light, E27, max. W: 60, Brass, hand-cut crystal; Finish: gold Ø: 25 cm, H: 45 cm, 7 kg, 3 lights,...

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