Fibre Optic Chandeliers

Eye Catching, Dramatic, the Wow Factor, all describe a stunning fibre optic chandelier from Starscape.

Chandelier at Selfridges Manchester
In this chandelier that is on display in the Beauty Department of Selfridges Trafford Centre, optical fibres carry light from a powerful light source in the ceiling void to illuminate acrylic rods suspended from stainless steel tubes. 72 rods form an irregular tiered array descending from the ceiling to a bit less than a metre from the floor, with the longest element being a bit over 3.5 metres. 3mm sheathed pmma optical fibre was used to carry the light.

Starscape’s Fireworks Chandelier. We made our first Fireworks chandelier as an experiment in using the fibres in a less formal arrangement, without crystals at the ends of the fibres. It had a 2-metre drop with 260 fibres arranged in a series of concentric tiered rings. Most chandeliers use a 3 x 0.75mm sparkle fibre, but here we used a single strand of 0.75mm sparkle fibre which produces a more delicate effect, while still bright.

There were eight separate tiers, with odd numbers lit by one light source and even numbers by a second. Combine this with our very versatile MiniLED750 DMX light source and the result is a huge combination of effects, particularly when being used with a DMX controller. Please do take into account that the video shows the chandelier in a very active mode in order to display lots of effects in a short video – it can just as well be run in a very subtle mode, according to mood and preference.

 The chandelier has 2460 strands of 0.50mm end glow fibre at varying lengths to 3 metres. Powered by a MaxiLEDRGBW light source, the chandelier can colour change, sparkle and strobe. The supporting tray is powder coated steel (supply us with a RAL colour) and can be mounted in a variety of ways.

This chandelier is available to a maximum drop of 10 metres with a theoretical maximum fibre number of 7380. A stunning centrepiece for any location?

Customer design manufactured by us.

Function room chandeliers by Starscape

Chandelier by Starscape
Our customer Electric City designed this Chandelier for a London Hotel.
Crystal chandelier
Four Starscape chandeliers are a feature of this hotel function room in Cheshire.
Glowing spheres
Graham Norton chandelier

The chandeliers below represent just a taste of what is possible.

The design, diameter and overall drop can easily be changed.

Light sources can be simple white light only, twinkle, colour changing, radio remote control or DMX enabled to integrate with most home automation systems.

Chandelier – Arrow.
Chandelier – Concepts
Concept – Chandelier – Bad Hair Day!
Boat chandelier.