As its name suggests, “The Birth Gold” is inspired by a moment of conception, specifically the moment when the sperm fertilizes an egg. According to the studio, the chandelier is also inspired by the delicate electrical current that is emitted when an egg is fertilized. Its bold, pendant design alludes to the suspension of that moment, and points towards a place of hope, underscores a deeper message embedded in miracle of life. In midst of a historical moment dominated by reports of loss of life and suffering caused by racism and terrorism, and also one where artificial life seems increasingly within reach, Itasaka calls attention to the changing value of life. It is time to re-think life, he says.

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