BocciDesigner Omer Arbel trained as an architect in the late 1990s, establishing a multi-disciplinary design studio in 2005 that combined architecture, industrial design and material research.
He named the studio Bocci, which translates into "buds" in English, and it's easy to see how the name transfers over to Arbel's designs. His modern chandeliers and single pendant designs are like mini buds of light.
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