As a brand, Bocci is defined by several traits: meticulous precision, intense dedication, and vibrant imagination.
Bocci was born in 2005 when Omer Arbel and Randy Fisher met while in New York for trade conferences. Fisher saw the potential in Arbel's prototype 14 light and, upon the pair's return to Vancouver, they formed Bocci to coordinate production.
Bocci 14 proved to be a popular design, and led to further experiments by Arbel. Every one of Arbel's experiments is sequentially numbered, regardless of what it is. Lights, furniture--even architecture (Bocci 79, in fact, was a renovation project that served as Bocci's Berlin office). Some are mere flights of fancy--explorations of a theme or a material or a technology--but many transcend the boundaries of Arbel's notebooks and prototypes to be produced.
Over the years, Bocci has produced a carefully-curated selection of versatile designer lights, each of which still bears its experimental number as its name. Bocci pendants offer a simple, expressive beauty, whether alone or in clusters. This makes them ideal for home, hospitality, and high-end retail applications--especially with the recent addition of floor typologies to Bocci families 28, 38V, 57, 73, and 84, allowing more freedom than ever to integrate Bocci's unique brand of experimental beauty into your lighting plan.