Collection of lighting objects – TIM by Olgoj Chorchoj / Bomma

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Bomma presents a new collection of lighting objects TIM, created by designer duo Olgoj Chorchoj (Czech Republic).

Description By Bomma: Michal Fronek and Jan Nemecek in cooperation with Bomma designed a series of large flame cut globes. The collection was named TIM after a successful exhibition Tim Burton and His World for which the Studio Olgoj Chorchoj designed crystal cupolas the characters of Burton´s movies dwelt in. In the collection TIM, glassmakers’ skills and strength combine with purity and clarity of crystal.

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The collection consists of two sized crystal cupola in the form of droplet with dimensions of 70 and 50 centimeters. The lights may be combined with three types of mounting: polished stainless steel, copper coating and black matte effect. Larger globe weighs over 20 kilograms, the smaller around 16 kilograms. All the globe are blown by hand and therefore each piece is completely unique and unrepeatable.

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