The Canadian company Bocci is known for fantastic pendant lights made of glass, designed by Omer Arbel.
Bocci was founded in 2005 by Omer Arbel and Randy Bishop. Arbel acts as the brand's art director and chief designer. The range focuses on just a few collections, each with its own character and inimitable charm. As a rule, the Bocci lights are made of glass, but metal or ceramics are also used. Melting, casting and other technical, often experimental techniques give the materials unique shapes with fascinating irregularities that make each lamp unique, even a work of art.
Instead of normal names, Omer Arbel gives his works sequential numbers. Not every designer's idea is implemented in series - the first lamp in the Bocci range was number 14 - but often the different designs build on one another, think old ideas further and play with shape, color and material. These understandable thoughts behind the designs, which run like a red thread through the range and ensure coherence, are what make the lights from Bocci so special.
Each lamp usually exists as a single version as well as multiple combinations, whereby individual made-to-measure products are also possible. In addition to its regular range of lights, Bocci also takes care of projects and light installations of inimitable complexity, sensuality and lively magic.