bolla smoky grey color Lucidi Pevere

Bolla is a hand-blown glass candle holder conceived as a subtle colourful accent of light. It comprises two elements, precisely the cylindrical base that holds the candle and the broad circular volume that enhances the object with personality and visibility. The combination of candle light and Murano glass sheds a bright and delicate light that is artfully amplified by the large “bolla” (bubble) which frames and protects the flame. The elements are separated to easily light the candle. The refined nuances include smoky grey, Prussian blue and vinaccia (grapestone). “The project Bolla was conceived during a conversation at Driade when we were requested to reflect on the theme of the candle for a new product to be added to the collection Arte degli Oggetti (The Art of Objects). This collection’s eclectic features have enabled us to work without too many limitations or stylistic influences. The object we have created is perfectly consistent with the projects we like most. It is formally simple and lasting, elegant without too many frills, just right and balanced, handcrafted but technically fully defined.” Lucidi Pevere

characteristics

Murano glass candleholder fumé color.

dimensions

Ø 10 H. 13

Ø 10 H. 13

Murano glass candleholder fumé color.

Lucidi Pevere
Lucidi Pevere

Paolo Lucidi (1974) Luca Pevere (1977) Graduated at the Politecnico di Milano in Industrial Design. They collaborated with important design studios in Milan working directly on projects for many companies such as American Standard Europe, Salvatore Ferragamo, Mitsubishi, Hitachi, Zerodisegno, Magis and Dainese. In 2003 they started to sign their projects together. In 2006 they established the LucidiPevere Design Studio in Milan. They designed for many companies operating in different fields such as furniture, lighting, tableware, bathroom and others. Their products have been shown both in European and U.S. Museums and they participated to several Italian and foreign exhibitions; moreover they have been mentioned in many magazines and books. LucidiPevere Design Studio is now established in Udine. They collaborate with companies from different countries and cultures; some of the brands they work with are De Padova, Zanotta, Agape, Ligne Roset, Gebrüder Tonet Vienna, Kristalia, Lema, Living Divani, Casamania, DeCastelli, Foscarini, Normann Copenhagen, Very Wood, La Cividina, ecc. They always try to deal with new types of products by working with different companies, countries and cultures; they are constantly looking for the right aesthetic expression of the material and technologies they are working on.