Large (electric and candle) chandelier.
Reed beds outside the window prompted the reed pattern hot pressed into the cylindrical sections, and woven willow forms the removable panels above and below. The room is tall, with a mezzanine floor running to two thirds of its length, and so the upper section of the chandelier houses four upward lights as well as the array of lights in the lower panel. Candles, for softer lighting, can stand in the dished tray around the outside. One detail shows the attachment to the ridge beam of the building – notice; no visible wires (unlike in the main picture- where a wire has managed to sneak into the shot !)- and the other detail is of the candle snuffer / lighter (the bottom of the chandelier hangs at a height of about three metres).