Sans Souci’s Zore Mirrors Optical Crystal Patterns | Material Update

Sans Souci, India, Zore, Glass, Designer Katarina Lukackova, crystal

Sans Souci has launched in India a new statement light called Zore that cuts a stunning sculptural look. Zore has been conceived through long and intense observation of the process of the breathtaking natural colouring of the sunset sky, unfolding over time and altering every day. Designer Katarina Lukackova was absorbed and intrigued by the magical event and decided to pay tribute to these astounding moments with Zore.

The pure wonder and amazement experienced when witnessing the routine event are mirrored in this dynamic lighting sculpture consisting of hand-blown glass drops with optical patterns and a metal coating. The metallic components are enlivened when enlightened, thereby amplifying air bubbles embedded in the crystal.

Zore is available in two variations of compositions and colour. One features a metal finish in Golden colour and an LED light source, while the other has a metal finish in polished stainless steel and 115 × GU10 light source.

Image courtesy: Sans Souci

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