J.T. Kalmar designed the chandelier Holzstern in the 1930s as an adaptation of the Admont. The result is a scaled-up luminaire tailored for larger rooms, or for lighting square or round tables whose diameter measures as much as 2.4 meters. The branch-like frame, which is fabricated in rosewood, wenge, oak, hardwood or walnut, suspends from a solid milled ceiling panel on four cords. All metal parts are made of black bronze with highlighted edges, or finished in matt black lacquer.
Shade: silk Frame: oak, rosewood, walnut, wenge Joints: black bronze with highlighted edges