lucie koldova's mona lamp for glassblower brokis suspends with lanyards
‘mona’ lamp by lucie koldova for brokis suspends with lanyards
following up with ‘balloon’ and ‘muffins’, her first collection for czech company brokis, designer lucie koldova presents ‘mona’, a new lighting system for the artisan glass-blowing manufacturer. a combination of wooden connectors complement the tinted volumes that gently shroud diffused illumination through its horizontal light bulbs. available in a ceiling or floor lamp version, the ‘mona’ pieces can be situated in the living room with a proportional metal structure, or can be suspended from the roof with lanyards that were originally used for experiments with czech company lasvit.
glass shrouds diffused light with functional lanyards that suspend from the ceiling
smoked ombre tint
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