The spinning-top toy, a childhood favourite, inspires to the joyful form of the Spinning pendant along with the process of metal spinning. Here, form truly meets function in an innovative way.
The Laurent Collection distills the milk globe to its essential relationship between circle and sphere. A series of thin forms compliment the Laurent globes?forms that carve through space, moving between line, surface, and volume. These forms combine in endless patterns, making it possible for an installation of Laurent lamps to inhabit any space with subtlety […]
The Beaubien Collection?s strong black lines bend in and out of space, moving effortlessly between simplicity and ornamentation. Round and cubic brass connectors complete the lamps? structures and add a rich material contrast to the powder coated rods. The collection?s industrial and graphic aesthetic is imbued with a palette of influences, from traditional Chinese screens […]
In August 1970, Bertrand Balas designed the lamp Here Comes the Sun. At first glance, this original design is like all the other lamps that get called an ?Original?. But once lit, the Here Comes the Sun hanging lamp takes on a magical quality. Darkness looses its rawness and metamorphoses into something reassuring.
Resonant is a mid-century brass pendant lamp designed in the 1950s by Alf Svensson and Yngvar Sandstrom. A simple yet striking statement piece and an icon of Nordic lighting design, its curved, polished brass shade emits glare-free light downwards to create ambience in any setting.
Sometimes the simplest things are the most lasting and memorable, the Topan pendant being a brilliant example. It was the first mass produced lamp by Verner Panton, later to be followed by the Flowerpot. Topan?s simplicity and coolness proves to be evergreen.
The Beaubien Collection?s strong black lines move effortlessly between simplicity and ornamentation. The collection?s industrial and graphic aesthetic is imbued with a palette of influences, from traditional Chinese screens to the Memphis movement.
Cast is a large modular pendant lighting system made from fibreglass. With the option of combining pre-cast straight and corner pieces, this pendant light can exist in many varieties of form and size.
The name chosen for this Bomma collection, inspired by basic geometric shapes, comes from the Greek word for ?appearances.? According to Plato?s teachings, phenomena are mere transient images of eternal and perfect forms and thus inherently unreal. A fitting name for objects made of glass ? a material that is both rigid and flexible, as […]
This stunning and massive crystal cloud floats in space with the lightness of a zeppelin. Blimp is the largest lighting piece Bomma’s master glassmakers are capable of creating by hand. Blowing into a metal form produces a graceful giant that is a testimony to human ingenuity and top-level craftsmanship. Although this creation is a dominant […]
The Margin lighting family is designer John Asbury?s modern interpretation of a classic luminaire. Exploring a tiered typology for lighting, Margin?s intersecting shades gently diffuse the light and instantly set the tone with warmth and tactility. The softness of the fabric is tempered by a clean and graphic silhouette that lends a certain presence and […]
Pebbles are reminders of exceptional moments or favorite places. Their diverse shapes and colors inspired Bomma?s playful collection that invites you to express your creativity. It provides options for creating distinctive combinations. Just as with stones, the crystal components of the Pebbles Collection are absolute originals, thanks to hand-blowing. String the colorful shapes onto its […]
Parison is a mouth blown feature pendant, using a mixture of both coloured and clear glass, opaque at the top, to transparent at the base. The underside contains slanted facets, creating a beautiful contradiction between the fluid and jagged surfaces.
Shibari is not simply the technique of tying objects with ropes, but a method of communication within hidden systems of lines and loops. In Japanese it?s called Kinbaku: the beauty of tight binding. This sophisticated collection places crystal centerpieces amidst the knots to draw our attention and create variable compositions. Thanks to BOMMA?s daring design, […]