Furthermore, the company is rounding off this year’s presentation with the all-new collection entitled Whistle, which was unveiled at Maison&Objet Paris in the fall of 2014 and is now making its Stockholm debut in final form featuring new color options.
“We unveiled the concept for our newest collection, Whistle, at the September M&O. Now, we are taking it to Stockholm for the first time to present it in final form, two sizes, and three color variations. Moreover, we are currently launching sales of this latest addition to our portfolio,” explains Jan Rabell, owner and managing director of Brokis.
WHISTLE by Lucie Koldova, suspension lamp with metal reflector
Light and color in intimate union and the distinctive purity of hand-blown glass are brought together in the new suspension lamp composition by designer Lucie Koldova entitled Whistle. The translucent body of the lamp emulates the silhouette of a cone of light, while the light source – the imaginary heart of the piece – comprises a spot reflector accented with reflective color. The collection features three suspension lamps of various sizes and showcases the outstanding skill of master Bohemian glassmakers.
Muffins in white by Lucie Koldova
Brokis presentsits popular Muffins line by designer Lucie Koldova and Dan Yeffet in an elegant new white treatment featuring the wooden body in stained oak and the shade in hand-blown opaline glass.+
Mona in pink and Balloons with new chrome reflectors
Brokis also introduces a pink version of its celebrated designer light Mona along with another new item that Brokis fans should definitely not miss – polished chrome reflectors in the Balloons collection (Koldova, Yeffet 2011).
New version of Capsula. New version of Capsula with matte finish on the inner glass is unveiled in Stockholm.