However, the "85 Lamps Chandelier" is a "chandelier" with a simple and zero-decorative design consisting of 85 light bulbs. Created by Dutch designer Rody Graumans.
The "85 Lamps Chandelier" consists of only cables, connectors, and bare light bulbs. If the number of light bulbs in this chandelier is only one, it will be reminiscent of the four and a half tatami mats of the Showa 30's. You can hear Kaguyahime's "Kandagawa" and "Akachochin".
However, when such a bare light bulb is hung in a bundle, it transforms into a luxurious one. The "85 Lamps Chandelier", which consists of 85 lamps, looks like a very luxurious "chandelier" for unknown reasons. This may mean "overwhelming with physical quantity".
The "85 Lamps Chandelier" was first launched in 1993. It was made of 85 incandescent light bulbs. It's a scary thing to imagine, as it's going to cost a lot of electricity, the room is going to get hot, the light bulbs are going to burn out all the time, and the hassle of replacing them is going to break the thread in my heart.
But in the 2012 version, I replaced the light bulb with an LED. As a result, it seems that all the above problems have been cleared. LEDs are amazing. I think you can see why I got the Nobel Prize.
The size is 70 x 100 cm. It weighs about 20 kg. The price is 2,695 euros (about 397,000 yen). A separate shipping fee of 207.91 euros (about 30,000 yen) to Japan is required.