Inflorescence is the centrepiece of Brisbane's Old Government House Hall which houses the William Robinson Gallery. Its design reflects the subtropical surroundings of Queensland University of Technology and the Old Botanic Gardens.
This chandelier features cast bronze branches that support a cascade of topaz and champagne crystals creating a unique chandelier design that is rich yet organic in form. The chandelier emulates the architecture and beauty of the palm inflorescence complimenting the interior finishes. The palm reference also creates a unique link to the subtropical lifestyle of Brisbane as a whole.
This artwork was designed while Belinda was working at Urban Art Projects and in collaboration with interior designers at Conrad Gargett.
Client - Queensland University of Technology
Fabricated by Urban Art Projects
photography by Roger De Souza