Dan Yeffet's Torch Lamp comprises a vase-like base with an opaline diffuser that peeps over the top.
A stretched glass bubble sits on the base and doubles the height of the light, designed to rest on the floor.
"The original brief was to create a unique lamp with noble materials, up-to-date design, a timeless style and my design signature," Yeffet told Dezeen.
"Both marble and hand-blown glass are noble and timeless, classic yet exciting, and integrate beautifully into any style of interior."
The lamp is available with a white Carrara marble base and a transparent glass top, and a black Marquina marble base and a grey smoked-glass top.
The marble is shaped using computer numerically controlled (CNC) technology and finished by hand, and the glass is hand-blown.
Additional floor lamps, shelf lights, small tabletop lights and bowls also made from marble and glass will follow to form a collection of similar products.
"When I started to build the idea in my head, creating initial sketches, I instinctively thought about what it could be and what other objects might create a dialogue with it, so a collection started to grow and take shape almost immediately," said Yeffet.
The designs continue a revival of marble in contemporary furniture design that Dezeen noticed during Milan design week in April. Pieces unveiled during the event included a table collection by Scholten & Baijings, vessels by Lee Broom and a version of Alessandro Mendini's iconic Proust chair.
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