Commissioned by Swarovski to un-design the traditional chandelier, Gabellini Sheppard Associates used the company's signature crystal to create a navigable spatial environment. Hover represents the imagined interior of a Fresnel lighthouse lens. It explores the concepts of interiority, perception and movement in contradistinction to the idea of chandelier as static object. It beckons mysteriously, offering a sensory experience that changes with each viewer's movements within it. The piece was debuted as part of the Crystal Palace exhibition at Miami Art Basel, December 2005; and exhibited a second time at the 2006 Salone del Mobile in Milan, Italy.