New Swarovski lamps in 2011

August 2nd, 2011 by retail design blog

SWAROVSKI Lighting Centerpieces, presented alongside SWAROVSKI Luminaires and Lighting Systems and the Crystal Palace Collection, define their spaces with graceful elegance and utilize cutting-edge design innovations to enhance the natural marriage of crystal and light.

The sheer range of invention of the SWAROVSKI Lighting Centerpieces collection captures a broad spectrum of styles and desires. Each of the six brilliantly designed product families expresses the Swarovski design language, as uniquely interpreted by its designer, and is a forward-thinking creation. From Todd Bracher, there is the minimalist Strandelier with its delicately floating crystals, each possessing for the designer its own special magic which it adds to the luxury of the whole. Constructed from glass panels with Crystal Fabric, the aptly baptized Deconstruct flings its light out into the room, the shimmering effects of its crystals racing to escape its rigid forms. The crystalline purity of nature on a frosty winter’s day serves as the inspiration for Crystalline Icicles from S. Russell Groves. The ReveaLED, designed by Andre Kikoski, is surprisingly understated with purity of form and otherworldly glow. Stephen Burks’s Inside/Out achieves elegance with light channeled through crystal that is not merely decorative but also a functioning optical element. And lastly, the expressionist Crystal Empire re-interprets the classic chandelier style through a combination of crystal and leather strapping that uses contemporary light technology to achieve a piece of quiet opulence and timeless refinement.

SWAROVSKI LUMINAIRES AND LIGHTING SYSTEMS have been designed to lend an exclusive and sophisticated ambiance to virtually any interior. With clear and outstanding design, avant-garde shapes and beautiful crystal patterns, the ‘Sinar’ family of ceiling, pendant and wall luminaires is notable for its highly functional crystal reflector with optimized light crystal technology (OLC technology), as well as the total reflection of its crystal, which makes them glare-free. Additionally, there are three ceiling recessed luminaires, the classical and feminine Vaila, the virile and masculine Urbic, and the contemporary and urban Madison 50 mm.

The SWAROVSKI CRYSTAL PALACE COLLECTION also presents two newly commercialized designs certain to amaze and inspire all those who admire the blending of design excellence with unsurpassed luxury: Casino Royale from Lenny Kravitz and Pandora by Fredrikson Stallard.

SWAROVSKI LIGHTING CENTERPIECES, SWAROVSKI LUMINAIRES AND LIGHTING SYSTEMS, and the SWAROVSKI CRYSTAL PALACE COLLECTION are all collections of atmospheric beauty achieved through the very best of today’s design innovation. They possess the power to convey an emotional aura of sophistication to any design interior. As if by magic, these radiant collections marvel space and are certain to surprise and amaze as they take crystal and light to dazzling new heights.

Photos courtesy of Swarovski

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