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MAISON ET OBJET 2017 – BROKIS’ EXQUISITE LIGHTING COLLECTIONFriday 13 January 2017
Brokis was founded by the entrepreneur and engineer Jan Rabell in the Czech Republic, in 2006, with the main purpose of rejuvenating and elevate the work of outstanding artisans continuing the ancient Bohemian glassmaking tradition and techniques. Brokis will exhibit the outstanding lighting collections Puro and Knot at Maison et Objet 2017.
In 1997, Jan Rabell acquired the ailing Janštejn Glassworks, which has been settled by Dr. Jan L. Křivánek in 1827 and which has been preserving for many generations the knowledge and the best traditional techniques of making glass, with the purpose of reviving this art.
Combining tradition and contemporaneity, Brokis designs and produces exquisite and high-quality lighting solutions that convey any interior of a modern and contemporary home.
At Maison et Objet 2017, you will be able to see and appreciate some of the brand novelties in Hall 7, stand F33.
Knot is a magnificent collection of pendant lamps which reflects the brand tradition, regarding Italian-style design.
“The design combines coarse natural ﬁbre with smooth, transparent blown glass to arouse a contrast as
striking as it is digniﬁed. Full-bodied globes of varying shapes and sizes are penetrated by robust cords
that seemingly pull the bottom of the glass inward for a bemusing plastic eect,” said Chiaramonte Marin Design Studio, designer of the collection and Brokis’ partner.
Knot can be perfectly fitted into both private and public interior spaces, embodying extravagant shapes full of refinement and tradition, as well as elegance and glamor, which will make an impressive statement above any dining table.
Knot is available in classic transparent glass, smoke-grey transparent glass, smoke-brown transparent glass, and opaline glass, all artistically rendered with a gloss ﬁnish.
Puro is a collection of atmospheric pendant lights with a minimalistic design, wich reflects the inspiration for the collection in the Spanish word for “cigar”, which also means “pure” and is a reference to the pure lines that highlight this lighting collection.
“The diused glow of the tubes combines with that of the bells to elicit a dynamic ambiance, while the alternating gloss and matte ﬁnishes provide a degree of provocation,” said the designer of Puro collection, Lucie Koldova.
Puro collection counts with a range of atmospheric lighting solutions wich can be perfectly placed in any room, as well as it provides lighting solutions for hospitality interiors or private dining areas.
Puro‘s collection of luminous cigar tubes were crafted using a combination of hand-blown transparent and non-transparent matte glass, while the ceiling has been handmade in metal. Puro collection is available in gray or opaque tons, soon it will be available in other colors.
Puro collection is available in gray or opaque tons and, soon, it will be available in other colors.
Photo Crédits: Brokis
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