Handmade by Alison Berger GlassworksPE0-CHN
Instrument of light
- Delicate and suspended, this chandelier is inspired by Galileo’s study of the pendulum, which ultimately led to the understanding of how to mark time.
- The Pendulums are solid, hand-formed crystal pendants with glass banding threaded on the outside, extending and punctuating the golden LED illumination.
- The bronze armature is minimal and architecturally detailed, varying in pendant number and sizes from radial to linear dimensions.
Alison Berger Glassworks
Alison Berger fuses nature and architecture to create unique, iconic glass pieces. She studied glass blowing for more than 25 years and apprenticed with sculptor Dale Chihuly. Her innovative work is featured in the Corning Museum permanent collection and has been shown at the Museum of Modern Art and in the Cooper-Hewitt Museum's National Design Triennial. Each piece is hand blown, annealed for two to three days, and then hand-finished and, in some cases, hand-etched. HOLLY HUNT has cherished her best-in-class partnership for more than 20 years.