Solar Power Chandelier Made Of 665 Glass Bulbs Charges Itself

Solar Power Chandelier Made Of 665 Glass Bulbs Charges Itself

A new fixture in the Bristol and Bath Science Park is the largest sun powered light fixture in the world.

Karen Summerson
  • 2 october 2012

Visitors of the newly-opened Bristol and Bath Science Park now can experience the world’s largest solar chandelier. Measuring 15 feet in length, the beautiful fixture is composed of 665 glass bulbs. The London-based artist, Luke Jerram, says his inspiration comes from an interest in light, engineering and science, as well as being color-blind:

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