Inspired by 1960’s pop culture, the Digit breaks away from the traditional Murano style of chandelier. Each chandelier is composed of 23 spheres made of hand-blown glass. These spheres are put together with high accuracy given by computer technology, although the intentional impression is one of randomness. The spheres barely graze one another, which highlights the singularity, harmony and solidity of the whole.
Luminous and reflecting spheres are mixed together. The white spheres diffuse a soft light that is infinitely reflected by the colored elements, resulting in joyful and celestial illumination, as if the spheres were floating in the air. Digit exists in different sizes and in ceiling or standing versions, customizable in several colors. Each edition is limited and numbered.
Digit Linear is the wall version of this lighting concept, and can be used modularly to create extensive installations.
The new Digit Mini was launched in March 2015, designed to fit in domestic environments and/or to be part of larger architectural compositions, as in the special installation “Breathing Cloud”, featured during the PAD Paris 2015.