What happens when you combine modern lighting with celestial visuals? Enter Andromeda Galaxy by Sonneman. Inspired by the actual Andromeda Galaxy, a spiral galaxy approximately 2.5 million light-years from Earth, this stunning light sculpture is sure to impress. I mean, who wouldn’t want to feel like they live among the stars?
The architectural lighting system features LED luminaire hubs connected in linear strains of various lengths and suspended in spiral and radial configurations to form dramatically powerful luminance within a vertical space. Andromeda Galaxy is an expansion to the Constellation Collection, inspired by celestial imagery and sculptural drama, which recently introduced Cosmic Cube earlier this year.
Sonneman has been at the forefront of modern design for five decades, with Robert Sonneman at the helm (who’s been dubbed “Lighting’s Modern Master.”) Inspired by modern architecture, applying the functionalist discipline of Bauhaus, Sonneman introduced a modernist aesthetic to lighting in the mid-1960s. He challenged old dictums and revolutionized an industry.
So if you are in the market for innovative, evocative and unique works of light, look no further, but also invite us over.