Come Rain Come Shine Chandelier: WhitePrice: $5,170.00
Design by Tord Boontje.
Come Rain Come Shine is Tord Boontje's lyrical reinterpretation of the chandelier. Constructed from a round metal structure, the chandelier is wrapped in a handcrafted concoction of crocheted cotton, organza, silk and fabric flowers which are placed upon and strung from the chandelier. Once lit, this version in White casts a dramatic and glow in a variety of surroundings. Available in three sizes. Also offered in Multicolor and Black.
An optional electrical cord & socket set can be included for use with a 60-watt lamp. This optional upgrade is offered with a Textile or Rubber Cord and is for plug in only.
Originally sponsored by The British Council, Come Rain Come Shine is now available to a global audience through Artecnica's collaboration with designer Tord Boontje and Coopa-Roca, a women's cooperative based in Rocinha, Rio de Jaineiro's largest shantytown. Coopa-Roca employs humanitarian values and artisanal production methods consistent with Artecnica's Design with Conscience campaign. Coopa-Roca recruits unemployed local women to produce Come Rain Come Shine. By using their homes as workshops, cooperative members can earn a living while tending to their children and other domestic responsibilities. In addition to extending livelihood opportunities, Coopa-Roca's commitment to world-class craftwork has enhanced the self-esteem of women in this impoverished neighborhood.
Requires one 60-watt halogen bulb (not included). Optional cord set is plug-in only.
Material(s): Cotton, organza, silk, metal, textile and rubber
- Small H 35.4" Dia 15.7"; Medium H 51.2" Dia 23.6"; Large H 63.8" Dia 29.9"
- Optional Cord: 15" L
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Designer: Studio Tord Boontje
Tord Boontje does not believe that modernism means minimalism. In fact, this designer from the Netherlands is not afraid to celebrate the materials he uses in designs. Sometimes this means creating layers and layers of materials. Boontje is also inspired by nature and emotion. For Boontje, nature seems to evoke feelings of wonder. Boontje's Globe Pendant illustrates this idea of thinking about nature as a wild specimen. Something that even glass cannot control. His designs are meant to stimulate the observer's imagination. It's quite hard to not create a narrative or backstory to some of his pieces.
Boontje does not believe that contemporary designs should abandon tradition. Though Boontje, employs some of the latest technology when fabricating his designs, the materials he uses or designs hold some traditional context. Perhaps, this interest in tradition comes from his background. Born in Enchede, Netherlands in 1968, Boontje studied industrial design at the Design Academy in Eindohoven and went on to earn a Masters from the Royal College of Art in London. Currently, Boonje has set up Studio Tord Boontje in Bourg-Argental, France and teaches at the Royal College of Art. When looking at some of his products, one can almost imagine him wondering through the backwoods of France–making discoveries and feeding his imagination. Boontje was nominated for the Designer Of The Year Award at the Design Museum 2003. Tord was nominated Designer of the Year by Elle Decoration UK and his renowned Garland Light (for Artecnica) won the awards for best light and readers choice for Future Classic.View other products by Studio Tord Boontje
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Artecnica's Design with Conscience® program works with artisan communities in developing countries to produce unique handcrafted objects that reflect indigenous skills. This humanitarian approach supports shared work and profit across borders, cultures, races, and religions. For Artecnica, design is a catalyst for change, providing an opportunity to help transform the global landscape.View other products from Artecnica