New to the store are the fantastic French crystal makers Baccarat. With a heritage starting in 1764 by permission of King Louis XV, the factories are located in the village of its namesake in Northern France.
The STARCK ZENITH CHANDELIER shown above was originally designed for the Maison de Baccarat, when the company moved its headquarters to Paris. The witty play of light and dark by Philip Starck was so popular that the chandelier was added to the collection.
Collaborations with some great designers has reinvented Baccarat for many contemporary applications. The collection below was designed by Arik Levy the Torch pendant and table lamp, and the Fantome suspension lamp. These designs stay true to the roots of Baccarat but break down their traditional chandeliers to their basic forms.
The latest addition to the collection is the Unfocused Chandelier. A mixture of clear, mist, and pink crystals.
Other styles by Baccarat left the Mille Nuit and right the Plume Chandelier. Most of these pieces are available in a variety of models and sizes, as well some amazing custom works.
The brand has had a hand creating some very intricate designs like the TOTEM REMANENCE (left) by Noe Duchaufour-Lawrance. Laser cut plates of glass pressed together, a mirror with the light off and a sparkling three dimensional candelabra when lit up.
Sconces, floor, and table lamps a collection of both tradition and innovation.