SevenUp by Tim Baute



Chandelier, originally is a suspended ornated lamp with two or more arms bearing lights. This branched decorative ceiling-mounted light fixture often contains dozens complex arrays of glass or crystal prisms to illuminate a room and it has always been known for its elegance and the cool illumination it has provided over the years.Chandeliers of all kinds can now be seen anywhere, both in residential and commercial edifices. Tim Baute of INTERROR.BE is a Belgian designer and creator of the chandelier called “SevenUp.”Fine steel cables attached to a light structure lift the arms, giving them the typical form of the classic chandelier as they hang from the ceiling.

So Sven up is not a soft drink as you may think when you first read or hear it, but it is a nice hanging light fixture that has seven arms. Their number gives the name of the chandelier and the fact that they are not hanging, but rather standing up, the ensemble was called “Seven up”. The end of these arms that support the light bulbs are kept in the upright position by a frame that is somehow to those wooden ones used by puppeteers to works with their puppets. Simple and interesting – that is my personal opinion on it.{found on yatzer}


Published by in Lighting, on August 17th, 2009

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