The collection takes its name from the Argyle textile pattern, a repeating diamond-shaped pattern overlaid with crossing lines.
"Inspired by Australia's famed coloured diamonds and the Argyle textile pattern, Nichetto Studio has thoughtfully combined founder Luca Nichetto's native legacy of contemporary glass design with Rakumba's half-century heritage of lighting and fabric," said Rakumba.
"Argyle spans a multitude of applications, including singular gem-like units hanging above tables, tessellating screens forming a tapestry of light across open spaces, and grand chandelier compositions in luxurious foyers," the brand added.
The collection is available in subtle shades of coloured glass, including sunrise yellow, sunset pink, grey-toned dusk and forest green.
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