A family of unique glass lamps
Every single Bright Barocco is a unique glass lamp. The lamp is a result of a desire to introduce an element of randomness in our design. We believe that randomness and unforeseen events can serve as a case of serendipity.
The touch of hand
For us personally it is also exciting to unwrap a Bright Barocco, since we have set the rules but not decided on the outcome. This is something that enriches our experience of the product. Suddenly the glass appears to have qualities like wood, which also contributes with an element of surprise. Furthermore the fact that every Bright Barocco is unique, enriches the project with a human factor. The touch of hand in other words.
The Barocco project explores the process of solidification and debates how we perceive solidity and liquidity.
Not much different from an icicle, formed by weather conditions and gravity, the Barocco pendant is created by blowing air and a shift in temperature.
The Bright Barocco lamps seek to preserve the link to their original liquid form, by appearing to be frozen in the middle of the process.
Unique glass lamps
Barocco, which originally meant a pearl of irregular shape, is perfectly imperfect, since it is rich in variation and has the same quality you find in wood, which also varies and contributes with uniqueness to a uniform design.
All Bright Barocco pendants are uniquely customized by a glassblower and come, with a certificate and a personal signature from the glassblower.
About the designer
Read more about all our lamps at https://nordic-tales.com/nordic-design-lamps/
This lamp is designed by Jonas Hoejgaard, read more about him and his designs at: https://jonashoejgaard.com