The Bocci 21 Series, designed by Omer Arbel, results from a fabrication process in which thin porcelain sheets are draped over an inverted diffuser made of sandblasted borosilicate glass. The thin porcelain skin is allowed to dress the borosilicate core in whatever form occurs naturally – creating a unique shape in every iteration of the fabrication process. Each glass diffuser houses a low-voltage xenon or LED lamp. A strong contrast occurs between the soft, organically distributed light passing through the white porcelain skin and the crisp light moving through the glass diffuser. 21s are designed to cluster in groups, with individual pieces touching each other to create a layered composition in three dimensions.
Each pendant comes with a lamp and an integral power supply. For orders of more than 8 LED pendants, please specify in the order notes if you would like them to dim and one dimmable remote mounted driver will be sent.
Pendant: 5"W x 7"H
Canopy: 4.5" diameter
1.5 watt LED
20 watt Xenon
The 21.1 has 4 canopy options with the ability to adjust the length.
Standard Brushed Nickel and Standard White directly attach to a standard junction box (not supplied).
Deep Brushed Nickel and Deep White house the driver within the canopy and are best used where a junction box is not available.
Bocci is a design and manufacturing company based in Vancouver and Berlin. Founded in 2005 under the creative directorship of Omer Arbel, Bocci is committed to fostering a lateral and open-ended relationship between creative direction and craft.
The company launched with one lighting design, ‘14’, which became an instant classic and remains a design staple and bestseller. Bocci’s growing portfolio of sculptural lighting is developed, engineered and fabricated in-house, through an infrastructure calibrated to provide full control over technique, quality and scale.
Based between Vancouver and Berlin, Omer Arbel cultivates a fluid position, between the fields of architecture, sculpture, invention and design. Focal themes of his work include the intrinsic mechanical, physical, and chemical qualities of materials and the exploration of light as a medium.