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Two-Tier Chandelier Established of 8,000 Clear LEGO Blocks

We have seen all types of innovative LEGO sculptures in the past - the kid's toy is motivation for so many interesting things. But, we haven't seen anything quite like this clear LEGO chandelier by Copenhagen-based commercial developer Tobias T?stesen. The specialist says :
"I enjoy when design through a simple story, form, and material is sensuous, and because of those facts continues to surprise, admire, and therefore achieve a long life."
With excessive perfection and lots of preparing, Tøstesen designed this efficient style that was exposed at the 2013 Milan Design Weeks time. Rather than the typical reds, blues, greens, and yellows of unique LEGOs, the developer used 8,000 clear plastic material stones to develop the two-tier style in which light shows through the rounded type in natural lighting. Tøstesen says that the ultimate product is complicated while
"still keeping a dialogue with the real world of architecture and design, where bricks, despite their ubiquity, persist to challenge human creativity and continually forge new paths."

Transparent LEGO Chandelier Photo

Source : designboom

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