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Preciosa Lighting Lighting projects that tell a story.

Preciosa Lighting elevates the heritage of Bohemian crystal through the contemporary lighting designs. 

Preciosa Lighting continues the almost three-hundred years old tradition of manufacturing crystal lamps in Kamienický Šenov. Built on centuries of tradition and the unique art of master glass makers from Crystal Valley, they honour its heritage and craftsmanship by creating innovative lighting products that stand the test of time. 

At Preciosa Lightning, the traditional craftsmanship is enriched with innovative technologies and modern materials. Preciosa Lighting’s vision is to inspire and connect people around the world through light. Let yourself be enchanted by the beauty and fragility of Czech crystal in the innovative form. 

Contemporary Lynx is a proud media partner of Designblok – the leading design fair in Czechia. We have been publishing a series of articles on innovative and talented Czech designers. We will present up-and-coming designers, iconic products and new trends.

This article is a part of the CONTEMPORARY LYNX x DESIGNBLOK series. 

Contemporary Lynx’s Trip the Czech Republic, photo: Contemporary Lynx
Contemporary Lynx’s Trip the Czech Republic, photo: Contemporary Lynx
Contemporary Lynx’s Trip the Czech Republic, photo: Contemporary Lynx
Contemporary Lynx’s Trip the Czech Republic, photo: Contemporary Lynx
Contemporary Lynx’s Trip the Czech Republic, photo: Contemporary Lynx
Contemporary Lynx’s Trip the Czech Republic, photo: Contemporary Lynx
Contemporary Lynx’s Trip the Czech Republic, photo: Contemporary Lynx
Contemporary Lynx’s Trip the Czech Republic, photo: Contemporary Lynx
Contemporary Lynx’s Trip the Czech Republic, photo: Contemporary Lynx

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Zuzanna
Auguścik

Assistant to the Editor-in-Chief at Contemporary Lynx. Graduate of French philology at the University of Warsaw, enthusiast of French literature and cinematography. She is interested in analogue photography and experimental/historical photographic techniques.

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