Crystal Palace program - in which contemporary designers cultivate new
ideas using Swarovski crystals - continues to reinvent the ornate
crystals and promote the luxury brand. Now in its 10th year, Berlin
designer Eyal Burstein has a turn at the reigns with the iconic brand,
with a recently commissioned series of chairs inspired by the shape of
Swarovski's classic Chaton-cut crystals. Burstein
created the chairs with plexiglass panels that shimmer like glass,
encasing a crystal-shaped light fixture within a polished metal frame.