Jules Wabbes (1919-1974), who had a penchant for finding new ideas at flea markets, must have had the same thought. It's no wonder people said that the Belgian architect and furniture designer had a unique eye for shapes and materials. And that is apparent in his countless designs, which still haven't gone out of fashion even today. A shining example is the J.J.W. chandelier, developed in the 70s, whose futuristic and floral shape is at home in all environments.