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2 julio 2014

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Meet the new lighting company Parachilna: luxury inspired by the Australian desert.

1 parachilna Parachilna is one of the last outposts of civilization. It’s a place at the edge of the Australian desert, almost removed from time and space; a place where all that remains is hope, faith and an abandoned railway line. Inspired by this timeless landscape, Parachilna is now as well a new luxury lighting brand from Spain with a philosophy built around honesty in design, an appreciation of the value of precious materials and a respect for handcrafted manufacturing methods.
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Designers Jaime Hayon and Stephen Burks have contributed to the first collection of Parachilna, introduced during the last edition of the Salone Internazionale del Mobile in Milan. Not surprisingly, it was a resounding success.

One of the highlights of Parachilna was Anwar, where Stephen Burks displayed his metallurgical virtuosity, welding 96 metal rods to become a stunning woven shell.

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The result is three unique metal structures that may be used individually, or combined to create two distinctive units.

Jaime Hayon demonstrated his design expertise with Aballs, a glamorous collection characterized by ceramics and blown glass. The Aballs collection is suitable for home or commercial spaces and comprises a chandelier, three pendant lamps of various sizes and two table lamps of different heights.

Parachilna definitely takes lighting to another luxury dimension.

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