Muffins Lamp MFR ID: PC852-TCOG-AMWNW-BKC
Muffins Lamp 43 Floor & Table Lamps Brokis

Muffins Lamp

By Lucie Koldova + Dan Yeffet, for Brokis

Muffins Lamp

By Lucie Koldova + Dan Yeffet, For Brokis

$2,637.00 - $3,349.50

Finish:
Natural Waxed American Walnut

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MFR ID: PC852-TCOG-AMWNW-BKC | ITEM #: BIS666960

Muffins Lamp

MFR ID: PC852-TCOG-AMWNW-BKC

Item #: BIS666960

Designed by Lucie Koldova + Dan YeffetRead Bio

The Muffins Lamp features a billowing glass shade set in a handcrafted wood base. Pair with a vintage-style filament bulb and Muffins will breathe light into any space and create a festive ambiance. Available with a variety of glass and wood combinations.

Available Options

Finish: Black Stained European Oak, Natural Waxed American Walnut, Natural Waxed European Oak, White Stained European Oak

Color: Transparent, Transparent Amber, Transparent Cognac, Transparent Opaline, Transparent Smoke Brown, Transparent Smoke Grey, Transparent Violet, Triplex Opal

Specifications

    • Finish: Natural Waxed American Walnut
    • Color: Transparent Cognac
    • Size: 20.86"W x 20.7"H
    • Dimmer: Not Dimmable
    • Lamp Source: LED
    • Bulb:
    • Total Wattage: 6.5 watts
    • Lamp Color: 2200K
    • Delivered Lumens: 480 lumens
    • Lumens/Watt: 73.85
    • Beam Angle: 360°
      • Country of Origin: Czech Republic
  • UL

    UL

  • Recycled Materials

    Recycled Materials

  • Carbon Neutral Commitment

    Carbon Neutral Commitment

  • Eco-Conscious Packaging

    Eco-Conscious Packaging

  • Recyclable

    Recyclable

  • Responsibly Sourced Materials

    Responsibly Sourced Materials

  • Specification Sheet / Technical Files

    Prop 65 Warning for California Residents This product can expose you to chemicals, which are known in the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to https://www.p65warnings.ca.gov/.
    Lucie Koldova + Dan Yeffet

    About Lucie Koldova + Dan Yeffet

    Lucie Koldova is an acclaimed Czech and international product and furniture designer. Her collaboration with Brokis began in 2010 with the iconic Muffins and Balloons lighting collections, which she designed while living and working in Paris. Holding the post of Brokis art director since 2014, she is the creative force behind the brand and is instrumental in shaping its product portfolio and image. In 2018, she was the first Czech designer invited to design the Das Haus installation for imm cologne, in which she showcased her Puro Sparkle, Ivy, Big One, and Jack O'Lantern lighting collections.

    The voluminous glass lights embody her charismatic and uniquely elegant style and quickly established Brokis as an innovative producer of handblown glass lighting. In addition to developing increasingly novel and exciting concepts, Lucie Koldova has introduced important technological and formal solutions that have enabled Brokis to push the limits of handblown glass production.

    International designer Dan Yeffet established his own studio in Amsterdam in 2003 after completing university. In 2005, he relocated to Paris, where he creates works that embrace traditional craftsmanship and innovative technologies alike. His unrelenting search for new shapes, dimensions, and techniques is evident in the collections Muffins, Balloons, and Shadows, which he codesigned with Lucie Koldova for Brokis. Dan's work encompasses not only products of daily use but also conceptual spaces, urban spaces, and works in galleries around the world, including Chicago, Philadelphia, and New London, Luxembourg, Paris, and London, and Holon, Israel.

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    Brokis is the creation of Czech entrepreneur and engineer, Jan Rabell. Founded in 2006, Brokis enlivens and beautifully elevated Bohemian glassmaking to new heights, all while preserving generations of knowledge and craftsmanship. Brokis has firmly established itself as a leading innovator in glass lighting. For example, the complex technology applied in production of the Night Birds collection, which consists of imposing yet elegant curved glass silhouettes of birds in various phases of flight, required two years of experimentation to perfect. Today, Brokis and Jantejn Glassworks employ a total of 100 people and enjoy a unique symbiosis that has allowed Brokis to launch sales operations in 70 countries and showcase its renowned lighting collections at the world's top design exhibitions.

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