Designer Fiber Optic Lighting by Sharon Marsten is Beyond Stunning
Designer lighting by Sharon Marsten has this WOW factor – no question. The British designer has really pioneered the use of fiber optic technology in high quality lighting fixtures and displays. Especially with their use of fiber optics. It gives a magical quality to their stunning lighting. Mixed with copper or other pieces of metal mesh, mixed with nylon, mixed with metals – the sky is the limit and their creations are sensational. Many are in public buildings, hotels, casinos and museums. But many are in private residences and she is happy to design an individual piece that suits your space. Her signature is a long-flowing pendant and chandelier, but she can make any length. It also makes wall mounting and ceiling mounting styles. And sometimes floor lamps. We have selected some of their most creative lighting displays for you.
The April / Autumn light has side-emitting strands that scatter light spots over the entire length of the piece. These designer lighting groups are the perfect choice for a minimalist modern loft.
Floral shapes in warm autumn colors – from bright yellow to rich amber – give this designer lamp presence.
April / fall lighting in a private residence, New Delhi, India. What a great conversation area.
April / Autumn Illumination at the Victoria & Albert Museum, London, UK. The vibrant autumn colors are so happy.
This lamp in April / Autum was designed for the lobby of the Hilton Warsaw in Warsaw Poland. There are four lights in the shade of berry, rose and frost white, each dropping nearly 33 feet. Well, that’s a light show.
Hand-blown glass, mirror-polished steel and glass fibers create the azure light.
In this lamp, hand-blown glass droplets in iridescent blue hang from glass fibers.
Azure lights, entrance, Trump Soho Hotel New York, USA. They look like cascading waterfalls of fairy lights.
Bella lighting is created with woven copper, brushed copper and fiberglass optics. There is something very fascinating about this device.
The copper braid shapes of this designer lamp shimmer under the lights.
Bella lighting, private residence staircase, London, UK.
Bella lighting, custom, private residence, Spain. It is certainly a statement in this modern home.
The Brielle lamp is made of woven stainless steel, high-gloss polished steel and Polymerendenfasern fibers. They really look like flowers, right?
Glittering fiber optic shines in this designer lamp through flowering woven net flower blossoms.
DuJardin lighting is made of bone china, mirror polished steel and glass side emitting fiber optics. Do not they look like lily-of-the-valley blossoms?
With the DuJardin Light, white bone china bell forms create a garden of light.
Filament lighting is an artistic expression of fiber optics. It features hand-formed, twisted shapes in a tangle of knotted and cut glass fibers.
The filament light lives with color and sparkling light. It has a fascinating composition.
The flight lighting has a weightless and ethereal quality by mixing the optical fiber filament with the woven polymer.
This lighting has a feathery air with luminous nodes and punctiform spots of light.
Flight light, Crockford Club, London, UK.
The elegant ghost light consists of hand-blown glass, highly polished steel and terminal fiberglass fibers.
Ghost is characterized by bell-shaped glass shapes whose surfaces glisten in the light.
Ghost Lighting, Our Lady of the Snow Church, Sun Valley, ID. The lighting looks very ethereal in this setting.
Ghost lighting, private residence, Croatia.
The Flora Cascade lighting shows the characteristic shape of Sharon Marston and creates an explosion of light and texture.
Flora Cascade lighting is available in a range of materials, colors and finishes.
Flora Cascade lighting chandelier, Corinthian Hotel, London.
The Iona lamp – made of bone china and mirror polished steel. Long flowing strings are collected in the middle of the piece to form a cascading rosebud.
The Iona light is illuminated with Bone China lacquered behind white with halogen capsules.
Laelia designer lighting is and blown glass and chrome with polymer end emitting fiber optics. The Polymerendstücke give the impression that the points of light float in the air.
Laelia lights are suspended from delicate leafy shapes with a fiberglass filament.
The Laelia Light, at Bellevue Towers, Bellevue, WA.
The Laelia light, commissioned for a James Bond retrospective, consists of over 6,000 hand-blown pieces. This spectacular chandelier is an integral part of the exhibition: 007: Fifty Years Bond Style at the Barbican Center, London, UK. Shown in the casino room.
The Laelia, at the Grange Park Opera House, Alresford, UK.
Folded and stitched nylon slings form the body of this pleat lighting.
It is the lengths of the brilliant filament that give the pleat lighting its shine.
Fold lighting, jewelry boutique, Taipei, Taiwan.
The Ruche piece of light sees threads that are collected and swirled in this opulent piece.
Ruche Color Choices cover a wide range of colors to create a custom luminaire.