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Design Sleuth: Tove Adman Chandelier

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Design Sleuth: Tove Adman Chandelier

November 1, 2010

Spotted in the dining room of Mia of Mitt Vita Hus in Sweden: a delicate chandelier made from an unexpected material: barbed wire. Designed by Gotland-based artist Tove Adman, who was inspired by the "post-Berlin Wall reunion of the east and the west," the chandelier is available through the Scandinavian Design Center.

tove adman barbed wire chandelier in situ

 Design Sleuth Tove Adman Chandelier portrait 4 Design Sleuth Tove Adman Chandelier portrait 5

tove adman barbed wire chandelier

Above: Tove Adman's Barbed Wire Chandelier is $588.12 at the Scandinavian Design Center.

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