ORA 8 Asymmetrical

1720 mm x 850 mm x 200 mm; Glass Ø 200 mm

Snaking across the ceiling like a constellation of stars, the glowing clear glass spheres that light up the ORA chandelier make for an impactful centerpiece. Mouth blown by master craftsmen at a traditional glass workshop in Bavaria, each of the ORA’s perfect glass spheres are linked together by a snaking network of solid brass stems and rings. This system of course is not just decorative, it allows the piece to be reworked into endless compositions, from simple to complex.

160 04 207 Brushed oiled brass.

Designed by Peter Straka

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Metal finishes
Metal finishes

Metal finishes

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1. Blackened Brass

Patinated at a small specialized family run workshop in the UK.

2. Brushed Nickel

Plated brass, hand brushed in our Viennese workshop .

3. Brushed Oiled Brass

Brushed oiled waxed brass is our unlacquered or "living" finish, meaning it may patina over time.

4. Patinated Brass

Applied by the industry experts at a small workshop in the UK.

5. Custom

Brass shades can be further tailored to your individual needs.

Glass colours
Glass colours

Glass colours

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1. Crystal Clear

2. Custom

3. Smoky Grey

Process

Hand-blown glass

When working with glass, we source the glass from old family owned traditional businesses from Bavaria or the Czech Republic. Our Workshops are known for immaculate handcrafts and tradition. Each glass is blown by mouth, using KAIA’s own and unique carved moulds made from solid wood. Our exceptional hand-made glass can be offered in different complex shades such as smoky grey, crystal clear and ocean blue. For our custom projects, our glass artisans can accommodate many special requirements.

Metalwork

All our lighting objects are hand crafted in our Workshop in Austria, all made to order. Our chosen metal material, which is the basis of all metal shapes and plating process is brass. We work closely together with small, local and family owned Workshops in Austria, Germany and the United Kingdom. Each of them is a master in their own craftsmanship, being it welding, cutting, bending or finally plating the metal into its desired shape and finish. We firmly stand behind everything we make and will do what is necessary to ensure that we meet highest quality standards.