Constellation was designed by American architect and designer David Rockwell. He is the founder of the Rockwell Group, a cross-disciplinary architecture and design firm based in New York City. In fact, it is the city's sky at night that informs the Constellation collection's design. The Grand Central Terminal, with its expansive celestial ceiling mural, is the perfect space to house the Constellation collection uplifting visitors from their daily commute to an ethereal spatial experience. The collection offers a ceiling lamp, a wall sconce and a floor lamp, each representing Cassiopeia, Orion's Belt and Polaris respectively. Hand-crafted metal connects the luminaires in each unique piece, allowing onlookers to feel as if they are staring up into a starry, night sky.Each piece is modular and offered in bespoke configurations. Wherever displayed, the light becomes the focal point of the space, evoking awe and wonder.
All pictures shown are for illustration purpose only. Handmade glass may contain bubbles and shades may vary due to the manufacturing process.
“What defined this collaboration for me was the sheer passion of Lasvit team of experts took in their craft and the joy of creation we shared at each step in the process. I think that enthusiasm is evident in every piece of this collection, which was inspired by one of my favorite New York landmarks: the celestial mural at Grand Central Terminal. Each lighting fixture serves a dual function: to dazzle the eye as a focal point and to unify any setting in which it is placed.”
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