The Beauty Landed in London


We were back at the scene of the crime – in 2017 LASVIT walked away with the Best International Exhibitor award. For forty years, renowned interior designers, artists, and creative minds have gathered in Syon Park to curate their exquisite and imaginative designs, and this year was not an exception.

The lightings weren´t the only things flying above the ground. The glassware and even furniture levitated in the air at the site H33 in Syon Park. The design of the site corresponded with the vision of our lighting catalogue, which plays with seemingly incompatible perspectives and mindsets. The catalogue was recently awarded as 3rd best product catalogue on ED Awards.

Glass and the City

In the centre of the site was a big bang of Cipher chandeliers designed by creative duo Yabu Pushelberg. The collection combining traditional glassmaking techniques with cutting-edge ideas and inspirations was introduced at the Euroluce in Milan last year and soon became one of our most admired collections. "The surface decoration was influenced by our fascination and exploration of the way in which etched patterning catches the light," the designers explained.

Apart from Cipher, we featured our signature collection Neverending Glory, designed by Czech duo Jan Plecháč and Henry Wielgus. In the shape of their chandeliers, it is possible to recognize iconic chandeliers from five of the world’s most eminent concert halls and theatres; La Scala in Milan, Palais Garnier in Paris, the Metropolitan Opera in New York, the Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow, as well as the Czech Republic’s Estates Theatre in Prague.