New BOMMA collection features luminous crystal shells

New BOMMA collection features luminous crystal shells

The Czech brand known for its handmade crystal lighting collections created a spectacular modern chandelier this time.


Mysterious creatures hiding behind shimmering waves are the inspiration for the new MUSSELS collection from Czech designer BOMMA. “Shells, and particularly mussels, always fascinated me with their simple, yet sophisticated, shape. Each is an original but together they form interesting compositions. They carry a sense of elegance and organic nature, as well as a bit of mystery,” says Václav Mlynář, designer of the collection and BOMMA creative director.

The brand is known for combining contemporary design with the art of glass blowing and crystal making, which has a long tradition in Czechia. In their new sculptural light fixture, two crystal shells surround a light source with rippling patterns that reflect the light as if you were looking out to sea. Each piece in the MUSSELS collection is unique, as the shells are handcrafted.

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