French designers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec have collaborated with Swarovski to design six bronze fountains embellished with over 3,000 crystals on the Avenue de Champs-Elysées in Paris.
Positioned in a pool of water, each fountain is comprised of a central bronze mast that supports three angled-poles suspended from the top of the structure.
The three branches feature 258 custom-made Swarovski crystal elements arranged as circular cuffs around each pole and illuminated by LEDs.
Each structure slowly rotates as water rises up the masts and cascades down through the crystal-covered tubes into the pool below, causing them to shine “like a moving chandelier with different light moods by day and by night”.
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