Sans Souci Launches an Exquisite New Light Named Eyelet

Sans Souci Launches An Exquisite New Light Named Eyelet

Czech lighting giant, Sans Souci, renowned for creating tailor-made decorative lighting fixtures, glass objects and architecture features for projects around the world, has launched a new statement light, Eyelet in India.

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The stunning Eyelet comprises of elegant long poles at the end of which you see eyelets with dimmable LED chips.

Perfectly hand-blown crystal components with soda effect, nonocoated, and a sparkling gold finish illuminate your space with a serene beauty.

The Tomáš Sákra design yet again establishes that innovation and tradition go hand-in-hand at Sans Souci.

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Sans Souci draws on the experiences of past generations of glass-makers, with the quality of work defined by the purely Czech origin of their products. The brand masters in creating original architectural features, such as railings, stairways, tables, skylights, columns, and others.

Decorative LED Lighting Fixtures

Decorative LED Lighting Fixtures

About Sans Souci

Sans Souci is a Czech designer and producer of decorative lighting fixtures, glass objects and architectural features. The brand carries out grand, unique projects focusing on light objects, exclusive light fixtures and luxury interior decoration features. Its speciality is original architectural features, such as railings, stairways, tables, skylights, columns, and others. What characterises them is a high proportion of manufacture with emphasis on precision and detail. The production takes place in North Bohemia, a world-renowned glass-making region associated with the most significant phases of the development of glass-making in the Czech Republic as well as in the whole of Europe.

Sans Souci has mastered the craft that has been handed down with love from generation to generation. This, together with production processes honed by years of experience, forms the basis of its work. Its glass-makers are able to create beautiful designer works from the batch, turning the ideas and concepts of designers into final products. Besides traditional production methods, Sans Souci puts emphasis on unceasing innovation in both design and production, continuously developing new technologies for its original ideas.


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