bocci: the making of the 57 chandelier by omer arbel bocci: the making of the 57 chandelier by omer arbel
feb 21, 2013

bocci: the making of the 57 chandelier by omer arbel

’57’ chandelier by omer arbel



if you are interested in glass techniques and production, bocci has sent us an exclusive video documenting the ‘making of’  their latest chandelier, ’57’ by omer arbel. the glass lighting piece is made using the technique of hot sculpting, whereby molten glass is gathered from a furnace at the end of a metal rod, manipulated into shape using pincers and a blow hose to form the nodular elements. each is hand-made, rendering them unique.



varying results of the chandelier



the making of bocci’s newest glass lighting the ’57 chandelier’ by omer arbel

video courtesy of bocci

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