The LACE Lighting Fixture by Coma Studio is the work of designers Magdalena Zeller and Cornelis van Almsick. With a design that embodies opulence, the piece earned it's name thanks to its striking resemblance to the intricate material.
This visually striking ceiling light has been constructed using salvaged glass that was recovered from the Hotel Brisol in Italy. The hotel (now demolished), was once a lavish space and this illuminator is representative of the remnants of its rich history.
Coma Studio's stunning LACE Lighting Fixture is an homage to forgotten hotel The Brisol, located in the vacation town of Merano. The once luxurious European hotspot eventually reached its downfall and was later demolished in 2006. What remains is a glimmer of what once was, a modern light fixture with undertones of the past and its rich history.
The LACE Lighting Fixture by Coma Studio Embodies Opulence
Jana Pijak — May 10, 2014 — Art & Design
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