Continuous Chandelier balances the iconographic, structural I-beam section with the fragility of light itself. It is an object that operates within a continuum of contradictions: those of tough and brittle, sharp and dull, linear and circular. Its typological reference is thouroughly reduced to a round shape with multiple light points. Subsequently, the question of hierarchy follows. It seems that there may no longer be one, when light becomes as formally structural as its skeleton.