Mariyo Yagi for Syrrah Pair of 'Garbo' Chandeliers in Metal and Nylon
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Mariyo Yagi for Syrrah, pair of 'Garbo' chandeliers, metal, nylon, Italy, 1976
Enchanting pair of 'Garbo' fringe chandeliers designed by Japanese designer Mariyo Yagi and manufactured by Syrrah. Each mounted metal ceiling base houses four light bulbs that illuminate the interior of the elegant fringe curtains. These braided thin nylon ropes are based on Yagi's 'Nawa' rope principle; a metaphor of energy transfer between human beings merging together in a strong spiral. Within her work, the use of these fringes form an important element. The collaboration of Yagi with the Italian lighting producer Sirrah is typical for the 1970s as multiple collaborations arose between Italian manufacturers and Japanese designers.
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