| May 24, 2016 |
Swarovski makes foray into crystalline home decor
Boh staff
By Staff

Work from designers Aldo Bakker, Daniel Libeskind, Fredrikson Stallard, Kim Thomé, Raw Edges, Ron Arad, Tomás Alonso, Tord Boontje and the late Zaha Hadid is debuting with Atelier Swarovski Home, which launched last week in New York. 

Among the products are industrial designer, architect and artist Arad’s crystal letter and number bookends; Alonso’s trays, centerpieces and bowls; and Hadid’s showstopping crystal and metal centerpiece, which was constructed using a machine that only two people know how to operate. 

“Atelier Swarovski Home is an exciting new brand that will offer the ultimate in luxury crystal home decor with an ultra-modern design aesthetic,” shares Swarovski executive board member Nadja Swarovski. “We are delighted to be collaborating once again with so many incredible creative talents on these beautiful objects for the home. This is a natural evolution for Atelier Swarovski, and a great opportunity to showcase the art of crystal cutting in a range of designs and forms.”

Atelier Swarovski Home collections will be available online and in select retailers worldwide starting this fall. Pricing ranges from $285 to $50,000.

    MORE:
Want to stay informed? Sign up for our newsletter, which recaps the week’s stories, and get in-depth industry news and analysis each quarter by subscribing to our print magazine. Plus, save the date: September 9–10 is BOH's inaugural conference, Future of Home.
Advertisement