Contemporary Lighting

by Katie Treggiden in Bespoke stories

Bocci’s 28d lights were one of the best new products to emerge from designjunction

One of the most exciting shows at this year’s London Design Festival was designjunction. The venue alone was impressive – a disused sorting office on New Oxford Street. And one of the best products showing? Canadian brand Bocci’s 28d lights. These were eerily beautiful – a mass of fluorescent yellow bulbs and intertwining grey cables.

Top picture: Ed Reeves

A complex glass-blowing process creates a distorted spherical shape. This means every pendant is different.

Standard 28-series pendants have a clear glass exterior and a milk-white interior glass cavity. But bespoke pendants can be made in different sizes, shapes and colours.

The lamps are designed to be hung in clusters. But, having seen this stand, we like them scattered across the floor.

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