Called Decanterlight, the products are made from decanters Broom sources through antiques markets and vintage shops.
They are either left clear or coated in a polished gold finish.
The Temporium, organised in association with Deborah Spencer and Alice Breed, is a pop-up department store featuring leading designers and brands selling their wares direct to the public.
The Temporium's first outing will be a Christmas special at 221 Brompton Road, London SW3, from 9-19 December. See more details and the full list of confirmed designers here.
Here's some more information from Broom:
LEE BROOM DECANTERLIGHT COLLECTION
The Decanterlights were released in May 2010 and launched at Lee Broom’s latest bar and restaurant design Coquine. These truly original, chandelier-style lights were created as part of the overall interior for the venue after which Broom decided to build on the concept and develop a full collection to be sold globally.
The Decanterlights glow in clusters or individually creating a majestic centrepiece wherever they hang; each light is made from a lead crystal drinks decanter sourced from antique markets and vintage shops. Available in two styles, the decanters are either left in their natural clear crystal or a unique polished gold has been applied for a more contemporary finish.
Lee says, ‘The Decanterlights are not a limited edition collection and in fact this is the first, more accessible range I have designed; although each piece is indeed unique, the collection will only end when no more vintage, cut crystal decanters can be found.’
The Temporium Christmas 2010 pop-up concept store
221 Brompton Road, London Sw3 2EJ (see map)
9-19 December 2010
Monday – Wednesday: 10:00 – 18:30
Thursday: 10:00 – 20:00
Friday – Saturday: 10:00 – 18:30
Sunday: 11:00 – 17:00
|One Light Only by
|Architrave by Lee Broom
|Rough Diamond collection
by Lee Broom
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