Driade Bolla Candle Holder
Bolla is a hand-blown glass candle holder conceived as a subtle colourful accent of light. It comprises two elements, precisely the cylindrical base that holds the candle and the broad circular volume that enhances the object with personality and visibility.
The combination of candle light and Murano glass sheds a bright and delicate light that is artfully amplified by the large “bolla” (bubble) which frames and protects the flame. The elements are separated to easily light the candle. The refined nuances include smoky grey, Prussian blue and vinaccia (grapestone). “The project Bolla was conceived during a conversation at Driade when we were requested to reflect on the theme of the candle for a new product to be added to the collection Arte degli Oggetti (The Art of Objects).
This collection’s eclectic features have enabled us to work without too many limitations or stylistic influences. The object we have created is perfectly consistent with the projects we like most. It is formally simple and lasting, elegant without too many frills, just right and balanced, handcrafted but technically fully defined.” Lucidi Pevere
Made of Aluminium casting painted red.
- Size Description
- Height 13 cm
- Diameter 13 cm
The design team LucidiPevere consists of Paolo Lucidi (born in 1974) and Luva Pevere (born in 1977). Both of them graduated as Industrial Designers at the Milan Politecnico University. Paolo Lucidi and Luca Pevere, both have already worked together with companies such as Foscarini, Normann Copenhagen, Colombo Design, Kristalia, Dimensione Disegno, Novecentoundici, Deroma, Gedy and Mariani in Milan and farther away, surpassing the borders of Italy. In the year 2006 Paolo Lucidi and Luca Pevere founded their own design studio LucidiPevere in Milan. Meanwhile the design studio is situated in Udine. LucidiPevere is the name of the business where both designers create furniture, lamps and accessories. LucidiPevere’s works were already displayed in numerous expositions, books and magazines. Their lamp Aplomb which they have designed for Foscarini was selected “Lamp of the Year 2001”.