Haygarth, 40, likes to endow unwanted materials with meaning. Scouring flea markets and junk stores, the British-born lighting designer is always in search of objects with a story to tell. Based in Berlin and London, Haygarth worked for 15 years as an illustrator before deciding in 2005 to design his own products. He made his name with the Tide Chandelierassembled from discarded objects washed up on the coastline of Kent, Britain. Now he is showing his Aladdin series, a collection of multicolored glassware unearthed at flea markets, and his Spectacle Chandelier, created from 1,020 pairs of prescription glasses. Look for future installations with the British retailer Habitat.
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