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Hand-Blown Glass Lighting Macaron by Lucie Koldova


Brokis art director Lucie Koldova designed a collection of hand-blown glass lighting Macaron who pays homage to the beauty of the crystalline stone.

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The Macaron table light pays homage to the beauty structures of crystalline stone. Enclosed in opposing domes of delicate hand-blown glass, the stone becomes a moonscape afloat in its cosmos. The light source casts its glow upward from the onyx base to energize the meandering chalcedony veins in the center onyx plate and create a subtle and mesmerizing lighting effect.

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The concept is based on the principle of illuminating stone, and the name refers to the light’s similarity in shape to the famed French meringue confection. Natural imperfections in the glass and the diversity of structures in the stone make each light a unique original. The purity of the natural materials and the artisanship applied in processing them have given rise to a light of extraordinary ambiance.

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Produced using traditional techniques, Macaron is characteristic of the distinctive and enduring aesthetic of the Brokis brand. Macaron comes in three sizes – the largest of which also makes an attractive floor light – and in several glass color options with either white or honey onyx. The collection offers an alternate version featuring a center plate made of fused glass shards in combination with a wooden base.

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