Pebble Chandelier is a minimal chandelier designed by designed by Lukas Peet for Vancouver-based studio ANDlight. Exquisite compositions of glass-blown Pebble Pendants create radiant chandeliers emphasizing range and grandeur as they inhabit a space. The configuration of pendants from a multipoint canopy accentuates the Pebble’s organic silhouette and soft contours as they appear to pulsate in unison, radiating a mesmeric aura. Alluding to the rounded primordial forms of weathered river rocks found in the natural landscape of the Pacific NorthWest, the internal glow animates the sculptural forms of the pendant. Two glass-blown shapes are joined by a machined aluminum connector, LED, diffuser and integrated heat sink. Paired as a large and small glass blown form, two options in shape for each size and three possible finishes combine to make a seemingly bespoke pendant fixture — endlessly evolving in shape when viewed from different angles. Chandeliers are arranged in three configurations – helix; double helix; and cluster suspended from either a grey, white or black powder-coated canopy. The Pebble pendants are crafted in either citrine, pearl or a slate color.
Photography by Luis Valdizon