Unique Lighting Concept Inspired by Nature from Brokis

Nature and its life-giving beauty and strength serve as the model for a unique lighting concept called IVY.

Nature and its life-giving beauty and strength serve as the model for a unique lighting concept called IVY. Just as the plant grows and climbs up the walls of a house, creating multiple images, IVY offers a special system of modular components, thanks to which, it can be used to achieve a highly innovative take on decorative lighting in both vertical and horizontal compositions.

The collection features three sizes in opal or smoke glass. Variable, elegant, and precise in workmanship all the way down to the smallest detail, IVY is a high-tech lighting concept well suited to both commercial and residential applications. In intimate home settings, for example, a single elegant branch can be used, or multiple branches can be joined together to create a curtain of light. IVY has many forms and justly takes its place among artistic, so-called bespoke, lighting installations.

Design: Lucie Koldova

www.brokis.cz

The design has got originally published in the August Issue of Surfaces Reporter Magazine.

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