Phenomena

Phenomena

Transient images of the eternal
The name chosen for this BOMMA collection, inspired by basic geometric shapes, comes from the Greek word for ‘appearances.’ According to Plato’s teachings, phenomena are mere transient images of eternal and perfect forms and thus inherently unreal. A fitting name for objects made of glass – a material that is both rigid and flexible, as well as strong, yet fragile. These lighting fixtures, in an array of fascinating sizes, are hand-blown into custom-made forms that combine both clear and colored glass. The color gradient is created by being gradually blown into the molten mass, as if breathing life into this collection. The flawlessly smooth shape of the crystal light is accented by a sophisticated polished mounting, highlighting a perfect blend of materials and aesthetics.
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mint / gold
 

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flamingo pink / gold
 

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ferrari red / gold
 

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grey / gold
 

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mint green / gold
 

Phenomena
floor lamp

flamingo pink / gold
 

Phenomena
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mint / silver
 

Phenomena
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flamingo pink / silver
 

Phenomena
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ferrari red / silver
 

Phenomena
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grey / silver
 

Phenomena
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smoke / silver
 

Phenomena
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smoke / silver
 

Phenomena
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smoke / silver
 

Phenomena
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smoke / gold
 

Phenomena
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smoke / gold
 

Phenomena
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smoke / gold
 

Phenomena
floor lamp

smoke / silver
 

Phenomena
floor lamp

smoke / silver
 

Phenomena
floor lamp

smoke / gold
 

Phenomena
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smoke / gold
 

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Studio Dechem
Dechem studio

DECHEM studio was established in Prague in 2012 by Michaela Tomiskova and Jakub Jandourek. They first met at the Novy Bor School of Glass, where they both fell in love with the earliest synthesised material in human history. While Michaela went on to study product design at AAAD Prague (Academy of Arts Prague) and later worked for several acclaimed design studios, Jakub continued to hone his skills in the lighting industry, specialising in glass workmanship, technology, and manufacturing. Since establishing DECHEM studio they have focused on product design and maintained a special attention to glass.

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