Lucie Koldova has just unveiled Mona, a new system for the light manufacturer Brokis where she is artistic director. Available in a ceiling or floor lamp version, Mona resumes the well-rooted codes of the young Czech designer: tinted glass shrouds the light with sensuous and functional lanyards that were last year experimented with for Lasvit.
Lucie Koldova studied in Prague before working in Paris where she set up her studio in 2012. Clear and precise like glass, her preferred material, Lucie Koldova develops a minimalist and sensual style.
Lucie is a product and furniture designer born in Czech Republic. She appreciates influences, inspiration and different cultures melting together in Paris where she continues working for international clients. Lucie produces furniture pieces, glass sculptures and timeless lights, objects of desire. Her work stretches from daily products, conceptual space, urban area to poetic gallery objects and limited series. Lucie uses classic craftsmanship through cutting-edge technologies with a main focus on basic materials such as wood and glass. She likes working with colors, unusual proportions and contrasts, her objects are often pushed to limits. She creates with passion. In 2010, she started her successful path in France with significant glass pieces, called Muffins and Balloons, for a Czech traditional manufacturer Brokis. Since then she keeps on working with glass and enjoys experimenting with different light sources and crafty materials, being fascinated by various techniques of glass blowing.