Randomly Crystallised by Front



Milan 08: Randomly Crystallised is a collection of vases and lighting by Swedish designers Front for Swarovski Crystal Palace.


Each piece is made by combining cut crystals with hand-blown liquid crystal, as shown in the pictures of their production below.


Front say they "have let the precision-cut crystals merge with hot liquid crystal to create a method where all the objects get an individual expression."


For more on Swarovksi Crystal Palace at Milan this year, see our previous story.







Posted on Wednesday April 23rd 2008 at 12:15 pm by . Copyright policy | Comments policy

  • Zenza

    Amazing. Those girls rock :)

  • SereTrab

    I’ve seen those pieces in person: they are amazing!
    And the process is so cool!
    Great Front (glad to know that girls as well can rock in this world still full of chauvinism)!

  • davide

    Glass is a noble material, and the way it’s blown and worked were among most precious and best-kept secrets long ago…
    Front did great things in the past few years.
    What is this? A joke?
    Ugly (questionable), unprofessional, approximative, useless.
    Non ci siamo proprio.
    Please try again

  • FBot

    the front girls are hot

  • Noble – shmoble. Glass is simply a material. Its nobility is your own notion. Unprofessional? I don’t see how this adjective relates. A joke? Have you sense of humour. Please try again, Davide.

  • Honggo

    what is ART?

  • caneda

    I am with you, Emerson. I think Davide just lost the point there.

  • xtiaan

    Im a glassblower and I think this is the shit…

  • it´s like crystal katamari damacy :)
    It has a neovictorian feeling that I love