After two decades of business, Illuminati Technique was at the summit.
By then, the process ran smoothly like a well-oiled machine: clients would observe and select a design of their liking. Some adjustments may be made, a fitting here and there to suit the requirements of each home.
But creativity could only lie dormant for so long.
Disturbing the boundary between artist and client, one individual made their way across the creative landscape to share an idea for a chandelier. This idea encompassed a certain design, a vision and feeling for the finished output.
As if in a trance, the company spent time in a dreamscape of its own, reflecting on old plans and past pieces. The journey to artistic evolution was brimming with questions.
What spurs creators forward? What invites the dreamers and makers to create unceasingly? All this time an invisible curtain hung between the craftsman’s table and the showroom, but the client’s presence actually revitalized the artistic world. Innovation had required a return to the genesis of design, and the primordial muse was none other than the client.
As business and patron would exchange ideas, a uniqueness arose in the form of personalized chandeliers.