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DORNBRACHT HORIZONTAL SHOWER Dornbracht used Sleep as the platform from which to launch its groundbreaking Horizontal Shower. Featuring six WaterBars recessed in an overhead bulkhead, the shower permits the combination of various flow types using preprogrammed choreographies of water temperature and intensity to create a balanced, invigorating or relaxing water experience. A heated reclining surface adds to the comfort of the experience. www.dornbracht.com


BOCCI 28C COPPER Bocci has introduced a flexible copper suspension option for its 28 series chandeliers, designed to create a unique aesthetic achieved by shaping the copper tube during installation. Seemingly gravity defying, the pendants can be angled any which way, with the potential for the glass to sculpturally tangle with the metal. The copper will intentionally weather and tarnish, registering duration in its patina. www.bocci.ca


MOOOI PAPER CHANDELIER XL The design team at Studio Job has unveiled an extra large version of its striking paper chandelier. Made from wood and cardboard and finished with paper and a polyurethane lacquer, the chandelier is available with or without shades, providing the option of a subtler diffusion of light. www.moooi.com


MORGAN LUCCA Morgan furniture took the chance to showcase its new Lucca range at Sleep 2012. Led by Design Director Katerina Zachariades, the collection bears the marks of the studio’s contemporary elegance. The versatile Lucca side chair features a continuous piping detail and an elegant wooden base available painted black or in solid oak. Also available as a swivel chair on a chrome base. www.morganfurniture.co.uk


134 JANUARY / FEBRUARY 2013 WWW.SLEEPERMAGAZINE.COM


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