our showstopping 20-metre long chandelier has been unveiled at holiday house nyc in support of breast cancer
"It is a huge privilege to be involved in Holiday House NYC 2018 - it is such a beautiful project for a fantastic cause. This is our first year of getting involved with Holiday House, and to be part of a collaboration of designers from across America has been a huge honour. This is the longest Haara Metsa we have made to date at 20 metres long and we couldn't be happier with the result! We wanted our Haara Metsa to be a centrepiece for the show, bringing all of the spaces together to create a showstopping design experience. Hopefully this is the first of many years to come supporting Holiday House!" Ian Cameron, Creative Director of Cameron Design House (November 2018).
The Haara Metsa chandelier grew organically from our Haara pendant to form an ambitious chandelier. Designed to be hung vertically like a weeping willow branch the Metsa is a unique, contemporary statement piece at any size. The cylindrical lanterns are assembled from hand-drawn glass and polished brass, concealing the lighting element and creating a distinctive and beautiful lighting diffuser to be admired whether the light is on or off.
Our pieces can be seen throughout the spaces in the beautiful Upper East Side showhouse. We collaborated with the talented design team at Melanie Roy Design to design our Vesanto chandelier in the kitchen area, and also collaborated with the amazing team at IMG to install our Double Lahti pendants in the elevator vestibule areas.
Holiday House, founded in 2008 by interior designer and breast cancer survivor Iris Danker, is an interior design showhouse that gives the public the opportunity to experience firsthand the talent of renowned interior designers as well as exquisite products from leading home brands.
24th October - 2nd December 2018
Tuesday-Sunday: 11:00am – 5:00pm
Until 8:00pm on Thursdays
118 East 76th Street
New York, NY 10021
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Please note this is a ticketed event, find out more here