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Urban Zen’s Rohit Suraj uses Sans Souci Aurora light to decorate a Hyderabad Villa

He used the Aurora light from Sans Souci (designed by Katarina Kotulacova) for a Hyderabad Villa project.
Urban Zen’s Rohit Suraj uses Sans Souci Aurora light to decorate a Hyderabad Villa

Hyderabad-based Rohit Suraj, founder of Urban Zen, has used the Aurora light from Sans Souci (designed by Katarina Kotulacova) for a Hyderabad Villa project.

Czech lighting giant Sans Souci, creators of tailor-made decorative lighting fixtures, glass objects and architecture features for projects around the world, has elevated a villa in Hyderabad, India, with its Aurora range of lights. The project designed by Rohit Suraj of Urban Zen complements the great great interiors with awe-striking lights to match the beauty and grace.

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The Sans Souci’s Aurora component was used to illuminate the double height space. It cascades down at various heights, its various colours imitating a magical stellar event.

In a press note issued, Sans Souci states: The Aurora light is designed to offer a celestial play imitating the fascinating phenomenon that originates in polar areas, and is very rare in other latitudes. Each Aurora pendant is made of two parts, a hand-blown crystal-clear drop with soda effect inside and a crystal clear cap with silver nanocoating finish. The hand-blown glass components are combined in a blissful manner leading to a heavenly mood in the living room.

Sans Souci draws on the experiences of past generations of glass-makers, with the quality of work defined by the purely Czech origin of their products. The brand masters in creating original architectural features, such as railings, stairways, tables, skylights, columns, and others.

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