PHENOMENA | Blown glass pendant lamp By bomma
Blown glass pendant lamp
Crystal, Blown Glass
Transient images of the eternal
The collection was inspired by simple shapes: a circle, a triangle, a rectangle and an oval. The term phenomenon comes from the Greek word for “appearance”. The forms are what you see on first sight. In Plato’s idealist philosophy, phenomena are transient, likenesses of the eternal, perfect Forms and so are not truly real. This seems very fitting for a collection made in a material that is so difficult yet versatile, so strong yet fragile as glass.
Material: hand-blown grey crystal, polished stainless steel
Available Fitiing: gold or silver
Note: Lamp shades are hand-blown thus the intensity of colour and gradient may vary.
The glass parts of Phenomena are mouth-blown thus the intensity of color and gradient may slightly vary.