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Glass Ball Chandeliers - Wonderfully Magical Lighting by Bocci

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Glass Ball Chandeliers by Bocci

If today is the first time you learn about lighting by Bocci, then consider it a special day. Everything about Bocci is admirable and the lighting solutions they provide speak for themselves. They're pretty well known for their hanging glass ball chandeliers, examples of which we featured here. More specifically, these are part of the 28 collection. These suspended blown glass spheres make a wonderfully magical, elegant and modern statement in any room that is lucky enough to have them. Bocci combines design and manufacturing, backed by rigorous research for innovative ideas and materials while holding craftsmanship at a high standard. With their main factory in Vancouver, Canada, alongside a satellite company based out of Berlin, Germany - Bocci makes magic happen - from the creative planning phases right down to the signing of each product. Every phase is important and because of how the factory and offices are planned, all the departments can oversee the manufacturing process. This physical interaction between departments ensures a fully comprehensive product of the best quality possible. With Omer Abel as the creative director, Bocci strives to produce items that promote healthy human object interaction. Because the designs are contemporary, timeless and of such superior quality, Bocci products are meant to be kept for life. This in itself encourages environmental consciousness but the idea is also present in the materials, production and packaging choices - making their products sustainable. Do check out the video section of the website to appreciate the artistry and skill that is put into each and every product - it's a real treat. They also do bespoke design to fit any project. There's just so much more to say, so you'll want to get more information at Bocci directly.

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Posted in Chandeliers on November 11, 2011 11:59 PM

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