Mini Voyage chandelier by Yves Béhar for Swarovski

November 4th, 2011 by retail design blog

Mini Voyage is a scaled down version of the original chandelier conceived by Yves Béhar for Swarovski Crystal Palace. The original was a 4.5 m structure installed at New York’s JFK airport as an allegory to the continuous movement that travel represents. Mini Voyage retains the design qualities of the original but is approximately 2 m in length and contains 10,000 Swarovski crystals, lit internally with white LEDs.

http://architecture.swarovski.com/

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