Mona chandelier

Dimensions L 220 × 38 × 38 cm, XL 220 × 49 × 50 cm Year produced 2014 Medium/material hand-blown glass, metal and leather Production Brokis Web Foto Martin Chum Text ES


Designer Lucie Koldová based the Mona collection for Brokis on the idea of interpenetrating forms. The light source cuts through the large volume of hand-blown glass like a knife through butter, and their unexpected contrast creates exciting tension. The lights are also unconventional in the construction. Koldová’s design is sophisticated in that the chandelier can be easily disassembled and cleaned. The series includes versions of chandeliers, wall lamps, floor lamps and table lamps, which come in four sizes – S, M, L and XL.


Lucie Koldová (* 1983) is a respected Czech designer of lighting and furniture. After finishing her studies at the Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague, she worked in Arik Levy’s studio in Paris. Since 2014, she has been the Art Director of Brokis glassworks, for which she has designed dozens of collections. She is the driving force behind the brand’s international success and significantly contributes to the development of the product portfolio and the company’s overall image. She works with brands such as La Chance, TON, Per/Use and Freifrau, and she was the first Czech designer to design the Das Haus installation for the 2018 imm Cologne furniture trade show.

About the company

One of the oldest Czech glassworks, it has been producing glass for more than 200 years. Since 1809, it has been based in Janštejn and has been operating under the name Brokis for the last 25. It specializes in producing large blown-glass projects, often created in collaboration with world-famous designers such as Fumie Shibata, Chiaramonte Marin and Dan Yeffet under the supervision of Art Director Lucie Koldová.

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