The BOMMA stand, created by Studio Salaris, invited visitors to explore the beauty of sculptural crystal lighting shown in exquisite interiors. BOMMA introduced four new lighting collections Ama, Buoy, Divina and special edition product DeCastelli X Pyrite and showcased current lighting collections covering an area of 250sqm.
The stand at Euroluce was divided into several different types of spaces, showcasing both the variability and options in using BOMMA lighting. The central part of the presentation was an immense installation, consisting of 300 crystal pieces that impressed with its sheer monumentality, allowing one’s fantasy to run free. Overall was at the stand 600 pieces of lights from all the collections.
To the contrary, the smaller rooms along its perimeter showed lights in life-like but diverse interiors. Using bold colors and dramatic lighting, the individual groups of rooms, combined with lights and furniture, created a stage-set design impression. Studio Salaris developed this concept to allow BOMMA visitors to experience the range of possibilities our lighting provides. Studio Salaris explains that “From the outside, the stand’s architecture is simple and geometric, almost minimal, while inside, enticing areas were organized to be discovered as each visitor wonders around. The stand was developed as a combination of points of view and glimpses that always frame the products.”
BOMMA introduced new collections Buoy, Ama, Divina, Mussels and one product in special edition De Castelli X Pyrite. Collections stand out for their distinctive design, exceptional glass quality and represent the best of the glassmaking craft. Explore New Lighting Collections
Studio Salaris is Milan based creative consultancy studio. The firm’s philosophy lies in curating every detail and working on material and colour combinations. Studio Salaris has worked with well established italian and worldwide brands.
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