Introducing the Stunning Crystal Lighting of Preciosa
Each year that passes, Preciosa Lighting takes another step in their quest to brighten the world with their Crystal Lighting made with Bohemian Crystals. Join My Design Agenda and let’s explore this luxury Czech company new collection with a strong highlight on Crystal Lighting.
Maison et Objet was a unique opportunity to see Preciosa’s inventive designs and craftsmanship. In accordance to this, Vojta Malina, Vice-President of Preciosa, stated that “Building on centuries of glassmaking tradition and extensive international design experience, Preciosa is dedicated to connecting with individuals the world over who are looking for a statement lighting piece.”
Preciosa Lighting’s Collections embrace a broad range of chandeliers and solitaires perfect for a variety of spaces. The chandeliers come in three categories: Historical Designs, Contemporary Colours and New Interpretations. The Solitaires collection includes a range of contemporary pendants, wall lights and lamps.
Preciosa Lighting has been cultivating chandeliers since 1724. Today, they bring together heritage, extensive experience, technical ingenuity and contemporary vision to create stunning light pieces for an everyday living. They are passionate not only about the soul and beauty of light-making, but also about sharing it with the world. Let’s see three of the amazing new light pieces that were presented by Preciosa at Maison et Objet.
GEMMA – Designer Daniel Szöllösi brings together beautiful yet practical elements into a harmonious whole. A column of detailed cut crystal resonates from within Gemma, illuminating the space with a gentle light. Strong light shines from below making it an artistic addition to many functional spaces. Gemma’s materials of stainless steel and glass casing embody modern sophistication.
SIREN – This vivid yet mysterious lamp will bring intrigue to your space with its playful inversion of the classic bell shape. The three glass bells are layered to hide and reveal and an enchanting combination of colours and textures adds to the light’s interest. Diﬀerent illumination options mean there are always new aspects and reﬂections to discover.
GEOMETRIC – The clear crisp lines of Geometric are made through two types of glass cutting combined with three surface ﬁnishes. The result is a striking simplicity which oﬀers a warm intimate glow. This piece, by designer Ekaterina Elizarova, works well as a stand-alone element, but the purity of its geometry means that a collection also oﬀers a compelling statement of form and elegance.