A subtle LED light within each pearl combines as a collective to infuse any space with a warm glow

The design house provides colour and finish options that allow the Helmi to be tailored to any specification. A gold-plated industrial net displays a collection of glass pearls …

The Helmi chandelier features glass pearls hand blown in London.

British Luminaire Cameron Design House crafts an exquisite sculptural piece for the London Design Festival

by Nitija Shastri Apr 25, 2019 Sculptural lights make for interesting decor pieces to spruce up any boring home. Those who favour a minimalistic design temperament may find much appeal with Helmi, a Nordic-style, handcrafted piece peppered with glamorous elegance. For the design, Ian Cameron, founder and creative director of Cameron Design House, borrowed inspiration from a fishing trip in his Finnish hometown of Turku. This world-stopping piece also featured at the London Design Festival 2018. As part of the festival, the company joined forces with Los Angeles-based balloon artist Geronimo to create an immersive light installation in the heart of Shoreditch. British craftsmanship at its finest, Helmi, is designed with a 24 carat gold-plated industrial net displaying a collection of exquisite handblown glass pearls. Each glass pearl is illuminated by a single  LED filament bulb to set a warm ambience as you step into the surrounding space. Effortlessly suspended by the interwoven gold chains, the colossal chandelier is reminiscent of a fisherman’s net. Celebrating sculptural art and light in unison, the bespoke service allows Helmi to be tailored to your desired fit.

The Helmi chandelier features glass pearls hand blown in London.