Not all ceramic brands have such an interesting history.
Belle Époque designed by Adriana Lohmann
It was a dynamic time for innovations and positivity. Life was beautiful and intense on the art’s stage since all aspects of society were depicted.
Art and fashion were characterised by a pronounced decorative taste that one could observe in the delicateness of the embracing and dynamic line. This renewing energy requires a stylistic approach to fit the contemporary furniture trends which aims at adapting past icons to the future.
The collection designed by Adriana Lohmann for la murrina is named after the inspiring features of Belle Époque.
The Belle Époque is not about a static product that is part of history. Conversely the collection crosses periods, designs and fashions, including vintage touches with contemporary and minimalist design. The all shapes and sizes lamp collections made in precious Murano glass are quite eclectic.
The geometric forms softened by blunted angles and a pattern in relief combines together thanks to a bracelet in hammered metal. Not only are they essential but they are also refined elements. It results a chandelier with as much nineteenth-century as modern features.
Belle Époque is all about luxury with no compromise.
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