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Bocci Design
21.1m


  This low voltage pendant is designed to be clustered into groups. Each individual pendant is a sheet of raw porcelain wrapped around a frosted blown glass diffuser that houses a 20 watt xenon lamp. The mini canopy is just over 1” (29mm) in diameter and 0.5” (13mm) deep, which creates a subtle profile that will […]


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Bocci Design
14.1


This low voltage pendant is designed to be clustered. Each individual pendant is an articulated cast glass sphere with a frosted cylindrical void that houses either a 10 watt xenon or 1.5 watt LED lamp. The mini canopy is just over 1” (29mm) in diameter and 0.5” (13mm) deep, which creates a subtle profile that will […]


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Bocci Design
38.3


The 38.3 is a 38 series chandelier with 3 light sources and 2 moons. The 38 series is an extension of the blown glass technique introduced in the 28 series. In this case, there are 4-6 cavities blown within the pendant, 3 of which house light sources, while the remainder are deep enough to house […]


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Bocci Design
19.280


An exploration of sand casting technique where a generous and unpredictable overspill is encouraged at the rim of each piece, making each completely unique from any other ever made. The overspill oxidizes instantly, producing a highly textured surface that stands in contrast to the interior of the piece, which is hand-polished to a near mirror […]


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Bocci Design
28d


This low voltage fixture results from a complex glass blowing technique, which creates a unique spherical shape with a composed collection of inner “satellites”, one of which is an opaque milk white glass bubble that houses a 20 watt xenon lamp. The 28d fixture is designed to sit on a horizontal surface (a desk, table, […]


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Bocci Design
25.1


The 25 bench by Omer Arbel for Bocci is ideal for a wide spectrum of environments including restaurants and cafes, boutiques and art galleries as well as private residences. The visual impact of the 25 gains tremendous strength when arranged in multiples. Designer: Bocci Design


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