|Date Added: September 02, 2010 01:36:20 PM|
|Author: jayden thomas|
|Category: Home and Garden: Home Decor|
Light can be delicate, inspiring, enlightening and warm. Sometimes, it can be mysterious, blinding, scorching, terrifying and uncertain. The appeal of light has been harnessed by many for centuries from the majestic chandelier, the humble candle light, industrial lighting to contemporary light fixtures.
The appeal of lighting is determined by how much of the light passes through. One of the most amazing uses of light is in this amazing offering by Marc Sadler in 2009 known as the Foscarini Tress. The interplay of light and material is very eminent.
The structure Foscarini Tress has a body that is made of composite material and a base made of fiber glass that is lacquered. It has a cylindrical pattern and it has an interweaving with very interesting spaces and gaps creating light spaces where the light will pass through. The inside is hollow and has 2 bulbs in it. There is a bottom bulb and a top bulb.
The Foscarini Tress lights up and the bottom bulb creates the amazing interplay with light, shade, opacity, scattering and many others. The light creates interesting patterns that radiate softly across the room. In the Foscarini Tress collection you will find a floor lamps, table lamps and two versions of pendant lamps.
The color appeal The Foscarini Tress is available in 3 colors notably red, black and white. The red color has a very dramatic appeal and creates an interplay between light and shade. The black one is very striking and it really creates a textural 3D shape to the Foscarini Tress. The white version is much more subtle and is perfect for spaces that need additional light that does not overpower in any way.
Overall The Foscarini Tress is an amazing lamp that has its own unique appeal. It has a dynamic flair, a very modern style but it also has a subtlety and a unique point of view and aesthetic that makes it a really amazing piece of lighting.
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