The Bolle Applique Fixture Has a Beautifully Bumpy Texture

By: Amelia Roblin - Jan 29, 2014
References: exnovo-italia
Smoother textures of glass and ceramic are typically used to make light fixtures, but evenness of surface is not something that you'll find about the Bolle Applique wall light. Selvaggia Armani designed this idiosyncratic illuminator for ExNovo that is more reminiscent of a cluster of cells, a dollop of caviar or a of round billowing cloud.

The convex form of the wall scone is detailed with a mass of bulbous protrusions that bear a likeness to soap bubbles or sea foam. They've collected together in an unpredictable and apparently organic pattern in all different shapes and sizes. The visual effect of the Bolle Applique lamp is enhanced with the soft emission of light through its translucent and effervescent face.