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Lightline collection Brokis_2015 by Lucie Koldova

Czech glassblower factory Brokis presented its latest projects for the first time at Euroluce last week in Milan.  LightLine (photo above), a new table lamps collection by Lucie Koldova celebrates the material of glass in every component. Flutes is a suspension light with great variability and style for hotel spaces, restaurants and offices also designed by Lucie Koldova. Mona exists now in a wall version and most popular Brokis lights finds new material and colors this year. Once again the Brokis mix : contemporary design + old bohemian glassblowing tradition, gives an impressive input to lighting market ! Pushing the boundaries of minimal design while extending the collection towards contract market. Lire la suite…

 

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Lucie Koldova ”Sheets” desk for Krehky gallery will be at Palazzo Litta next month during Milan Design Week. Sheets reminds blank sheets of paper waiting for the first sentences. Elegant proportions, chamber look, delicate curves and attractive combination of bold color with wood surface supplied the intimate image. It seems as the table was designed for hand writing of love correspondence or exchange of exciting electronic conversation, but can also serve as a dressing table in the lady´s boudoir… Lire la suite…

 

Whistle by Lucie Koldova_Brokis 02 2014

For the Maison & Objet fair, Brokis presents Whistle, a new pendant light by Lucie Koldova. Whistle is a new, very contemporary  story in the playful sensuality of the glassblower. Whistle is one of the nickname glassblowers give to the cane they use to blow glass. A rustic and solid tool that Lucie Koldova hollows out, revealing the full transparency of its interior with which she invents a hybrid form filled with the energy from the blowing and the light. Whistle is a simple luminous stroke, wrapped in a diaphanous shade embracing its vertical drop revealing it in its best light. Lire la suite…

 

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Building on the penetrating-form concept of the Capsula light by Lucie Koldova for Brokis in 2013, the futuristic bell-shaped MONA exemplifies a sensitive beauty found only in smooth glass and soft curves. The LED light source daringly pierces the delicate body of the lamp and illuminates the design’s thrilling tension, while the artist’s distinctive style is reflected in the unexpected combination of materials, generous dimensions, and precise craftsmanship. Mona collection consists from pendant, floor and table lamp. Lire la suite…

 

CORQUES by Lucie Koldova_PERUSE 2014_01

Lucie Koldova just designed the very first cork sofa ever made. For the launching of young belgium company Per/use, the czech designer imagines the Corques sofa using cork as basic material. This sustainable cork comes from production leftovers in Portuguese bottle cork factories.

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MONA Brokis by Lucie Koldova

Oversized bell-shaped lamp MONA for Brokis designed by Paris-Prague based Czech designer Lucie Koldova shows sensitively the beauty of smooth glass in soft curves. The source of tubular light permeating daringly the delicate body of the lamp builds a thrilling tension of this design. Sophisticated design of the elegant hand blown lampshade resembling form of a futuristic helmet is based on the principle of penetrating forms, designer previously applied in the design of the Capsula light (Brokis, 2013). The unexpected combination of a wood, textile and glass reflects designer’s distinctive style here.

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Capsula pendant light by upcoming designer  Lucie Koldova for czech company Brokis is composed of two oval capsules of glass when external absorbs the internal and by permeating each other they complete compact form. Lire la suite…

 

Following a fleeting collaboration with Dan Yeffet, the Czech designer Lucie Koldova has set up studio in Paris undertaking two new lights for Lasvit: the elegantly sensual and fun suspension lights “Spin Light” and “Bondage.” Lire la suite…