Timothy Oulton Gyro Crystal Table Lamp
The Gyro Crystal Lighting Collection is inspired by nineteenth century experimental physicist Leon Foucault’s Gyroscope: a device used for measuring orientation. The gyroscope has been reinterpreted into a framework of aged metal spheres fixed around a crystal chandelier nucleus, boldly contrasting the masculine industrial look of the scientific instrument with the more feminine romantic look of the precision cut crystal. These sculptural forms have been redesigned into functional lighting fixtures including floor lamps, sconces, table lamps, and chandeliers, and are featured in two authentic finishes, a real rust finish, and a raw metal finish.
Part of – Gyro Collection