We live a busy city life. In cities are no or small gardens. That’s the reason we goes green, indoor green. People live in modern flats and don’t see gardens. Indoor gardens are good for the oxygen in your home.
For instance the chandelier of Bocci a modern masterpiece, with 3 light sources and 2 moons. A serie with blown glass technique. There are 4-6 cavities blown within the pendant, 3 of which house light sources, while the remainder are deep enough to house plants. Electricity and suspension are achieved using stiff copper tubing, which is allowed to tangle and crinkle, seemingly without regard for gravity. Once in a while these copper tubes loop around moon white planters, which appear to have escaped from the confines of the lit clear glass spheres.
Popular residential and commercial applications include clusters over tables in dining rooms and restaurants, accessory lighting in living rooms and baths, linear configurations over bars and kitchen islands, large clusters in foyers and lobbies in both private and public spaces, as well as single chandeliers as points of interest such as an herb garden.
I saw this at Maison et Object, September 2013.