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Canadian architect / lighting designer Omer Arbel unveiled The 21 Series – a hand-formed porcelain lighting collection inspired by the form of barnacles on a rock – for his brand BOCCI at Euroluce during Milan Design Week 2013.

Like all BOCCI lights, collections are designed to be used as individual lamps or positioned in groups; and with each piece being hand-made, no two lamps are identical, allowing unique installations to be created.

A thin strip of porcelain is draped over a ‘sandblasted borosilicate glass inverted trumpet diffuser,’ creating shapes in varying sizes.

Read SNAP’s report on BOCCI at Euroluce HERE // SNAP for Share Design – HERE.

And enjoy the short video below which takes us behind the scenes on the photographic shoot above – in a rural cabin set in breathtaking Canadian surroundings!

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bocci.ca // omerarbel.com
images courtesy of Bocci