Volant Wins 2023 IDEA AWARD

  • Volant Wins 2023 IDEA AWARD
  • December 2023
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We’re honoured to announce that the Volant collection has won this year’s IDEA Awards in Object – Furniture & Lighting category. The IDEA Awards celebrate the best of Australian interior and product design across 14 categories and six Special Awards.

We extend our gratitude to the IDEA Awards jury, to Australian Design Review for the continued support of the design industry and congratulate the other IDEA Award winners.

Volant is a modern chandelier that’s almost akin to a kinetic sculpture. A static lamp with an uncanny ability to appear in motion. Solid brass bars are home to textured, tubular formed-glass elements, angled to give the impression of floating objects revolving around each other. The result is an elegant equilibrium that’s at once enthralling yet soothing.

 

The Volant collection is available to purchase through our website or through our studio.

 

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