Randomly Crystallised Swarovski

By: lourdes sanchez bayas - Published: Apr 24, 2008 • References: frontdesign.se & dezeen
Swedish designers Front created Randomly Crystallised which is a collection of vases and lights for the Swarovski Crystal Palace, a high-end crystal and glass store.

The pieces were made by combining cut crystals with hard blown liquid crystal.

"Front has experimented with crystal as a material," the design company says of itself. "They have let the precision-cut crystals merge with hot liquid crystal to create a method where all the objects get an individual expression."

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