Tony Duquette Splashing Water Chandelier by Remains Lighting in The New York Times

We were thrilled to see the Splashing Water chandelier in the Home section of the New York Times:

Bathed in the Glow of Splashing Water
By Linda LeeĀ 

As much theatrical designer as interior designer, Tony Duquette occupied a studio on Robertson Boulevard in Los Angeles that featured a ‘tray ceiling’ made of gold plastic trays. In 1956, five years before he won the Tony Award for his costumes for ‘Camelot’ on Broadway, he created the exuberant Splashing Water chandelier for the space. ‘That was an interesting challenge for us, to find a way to retain the lightness of the original fixtures made by hand, but make them consistent,’ said Alix Calligeros, an owner of Remains Lighting, in Brooklyn…..”

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