Chandeliers come in various sizes and types, but this one has to be the largest one many of us may have heard of. Not only that, this chandelier also banks on the power of the sun to get it going.
This is the solar-powered chandelier by artist Luke Jerram, something that measures about 16.5 feet and is made up of about 665 glass bulbs. The bulbs reportedly spin once they are exposed to light.
Glass radiometers are used in lieu of the traditional bulbs that chandeliers use, something that turns and speeds up and down as the light changes. For a demo on what this chandlier does, check out the video below.