single octopus 224s chandelier by Seyhan Özdemir & Sefer Çaglar, for De La Espada

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Autoban reinterprets the classical chandelier. Reminiscent of an octopus, this chandelier has a globe at the center from which legs tipped with light bulbs emerge. It is a functional design with an entertaining spirit and a sculptural image, as the hinged legs allow for different profiles. 

 De La Espada is a groundbreaking design management firm and leading modern woodworker with a dedicated factory in Portugal. Highly skilled craftspeople combine noble materials, traditional joinery, handcraft and advanced technology to realize each design to the highest standard. De La Espada puts the author at the forefront and values the modern artisan. They partner with designers who art direct, curate and design their own product lines, and support them through manufacture and distribution. 

 In 2003, Seyhan and Sefer founded Autoban, an interior design and product studio that has been gaining widespread recognition and receiving design awards around the world. Hailing from Istanbul, Autoban has a wealth of culture from which to draw a unique aesthetic language. They use raw materials to create sleek, modern designs with varied cultural and historic elements with a splash of whimsy. Founders Seyhan Özdemir and Sefer Çaglar find their core inspiration in nature, daily rituals, childhood memories and the city in which they live.

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