by Fabian Peters | 11/15/2017
In its Berlin outlet Bocci is showing its latest creations in a spectacular presentation.
16 is formed by sequentially pouring three separate layers of coloured, molten glass on a horizontal plane. Each layer has a different opacity, which responds to the haphazard shape of the previous pour to create a uniquely layered whole. Two of these layered pieces are then attached together and illuminated with an internal LED lamp.
The finished 16 becomes visually complex: each separate colour layer is visible through the others, and a halo of light is captured along the poured edge of the glass.
Multiple 16’s are supported by a modular armature system comprised of a series of branch and knuckle components, which may be composed to create a tree-like structure. Each armature segment carries low-voltage electricity and diverges into 2-4 separate branches, allowing both vertical and horizontal installation on floor, ceiling or wall surfaces. The armature enables unique installations ranging from modest to monumental, simple to complex, in an infinite variety of possible forms. The armature includes a kit of interchangeable parts that simply click together for custom, on-site compositions.
|Colors||shades of yellow
shades of grey
shades of brown
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