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Sans Souci Services launches a new statement light – Frozen

The light brings the fragile beauty of icy leaves in various hues

Czech lighting giant Sans Souci Services, renowned for creating tailor-made decorative lighting fixtures, glass objects and architecture features for projects around the world, has launched in India a new statement light – Frozen – that brings the fragile beauty of icy leaves in various hues.

Designers derive inspiration from unexpected quarters. The delicate Frozen light was conceived with the observation, “Winter sunlight is a warm old soul, spreading love in the bitter cold.” Spring is not the only season for flowers to bloom. Winter warmth does it too. The delicacy of the glass meets the fragility of flowers and leaves in Frozen components that pass through the first light freeze. The icy effect is achieved by the colour gradient created by the use of Sans Souci’s glass colouring technology.

Frozen is composed of handblown leaves, gilded. The various shades available include: crystal and side mica; amber bottom and golden mica; crystal and gold nanocoating edges; dark amber and bottom smoke; blue bottom and silver mica; crystal and black side; as well as crystal and black side and silver mica. Owing to these myriad hues and refinement, Frozen blooms in any season wherever you hang it, leaving a lasting impression.

Sans Souci Services draws on the experiences of past generations of glass-makers, with the quality of work defined by the purely Czech origin of their products. The brand masters in creating original architectural features, such as railings, stairways, tables, skylights, columns, and others.



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