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EDIE ED0803
EDIE ED0803

A balance of chaos and serenity best describes the latest release from Mary Wallis, a Parson’s-educated design prodigy who spent 18 years studying under Master Chinese painting teacher Richard Liddicut (starting at the age of 5!). The Edie chandelier consists of fragments of hand-bevelled glass that are configured onto a brass frame. “I’m interested in reconstructing the broken, and making it more beautiful than it was originally,” Wallis says. “The resulting visual is at once kinetic and serene, like a perched bird about to take flight.” The chandelier is available in custom sizes and finishes. marywallis.com

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