This exquisite crystal plafond is a meeting point of simplicity and perfection. Brass frame of superb quality craftsmanship and surface finish trimmed with stunningly sparkling Scholer Crystal from Austria. Centre point of viewer’s attention is a big multi-faceted ball suspended on a barely visible thread.
Other variants of this amazing model include various brass finishes like shiny polished, cognac, ebony or dark iron oxidised or nickel plated. Crystals from Swarovski Strass or Spectra can be used for the top end version or coloured inserts to reflect designer’s vision with the highest precision.
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“Take Five” is a famous tune written by Paul Desmond in late fifties and performed by Dave Brubeck Quartet. This jazz standard clearly marked a middle of twentieth century in music, spiritually harmonizing with those times designs and architecture in simplicity, functionality and quality. “Take Five” sounds very simple but catchy and attractive requiring true first class performance in a rare and complicated “quintuple” 5/4 musical time. A decade earlier famous designer and architect Mies van der Rohe used famous phrase that best describes mid century approach: “Less is more”. Our new collection of lighting was inspired by those great people’s works. Models are beautiful in the simplicity of look which requires advanced machinery and crafts- manship to produce. With its top-end finish quality Take Five collection would fit any classy modern interior, either Bauhaus, Constructivism or Art Deco...
New model from our Stockholm desiger Thomas Krebs
Simple quality control method: polished brass surface is good if you can say hello to your reflection that will be visible and recognisable on a smartphone camera shot.
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