glass pendant light
glass pendant light
modern ceiling lighting
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Castor Luminary - Modern Ceiling Light

The Castor, is a hand-made, ultra-modern ceiling light, that is a compound (or mix) of a Cube and an Octahedron.  In Sacred Geometry terms, the Cube is grounding and the Octahedron is about living in the present.  A perfect mix.

 Each ceiling light is carefully hand-crafted in our Studio in Bangalow, Australia.  This piece is the ultimate in both form and function.  Both a stunning ceiling light AND a piece of geometric artwork by a renowned glass artist.

** This piece is available in larger sizes.  Please contact us.

Due to current demand and each item being made to order by the artist himself, the current wait time is 24 weeks.  Learn more here
Installation of your ceiling light

Each glass ceiling light is supplied, ready to be fitted by your electrician with:

  • metre of clear cable
  • one halogen low pressure globe
  • a chrome pendant fitting

Alternatively, the Castor can be displayed in a custom-made stainless steel stand.  The electrical cable comes concealed in the stand for a seamless effect. 

For a half moon stand, click here

For a full moon stand, click here

- Please note that the stand is not included -

About the Designer and Creative

Asaf Zakay is a geometric glass art visionary. His glass sculptures and geometric pendant lights adorn spaces around the world.

His pieces are most known for their unique and mesmerising reflections. Made of the highest quality materials, Asaf is world recognised for his art and creates each piece with perfection and grace.

Asaf Zakay
Choosing a ceiling light

If you would like assistance in choosing a particular shape or colour, or need help with the display of your piece, please feel free to call the Gallery Manager on 1300 859 291.

For information on lead times, packaging and other FAQ's, please click here.

Please note we do have Zip Pay and After Pay options, as well as credit card and Paypal payments.  We also have lay-by options that can be arranged by directly contacting the gallery.


Castor in dichroic glass