Lucie Koldova

Designer Paris / France

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Lucie Koldova
Lucie is a product and furniture designer born in Czech Republic.
After graduating at Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in
Prague in 2009, she moved to Paris and worked 1 year with Arik Levy
studio in Paris. She worked as a furniture designer and continued
developing simultaneously her own creations for various companies.
In Paris she collaborated with an israelian designer Dan Yeffet
until she established her own studio.

She appreciates influences, inspiration and different cultures melting
together in Paris where she continues working for international clients.
Lucie produces furniture pieces, glass sculptures and timeless lights,
objects of desire - chic and purified. Her work stretches from
daily products, conceptual space, urban area to poetic gallery objects
and limited series.

Lucie uses classic craftsmenship through cutting-edge
technologies with a main focus on basic materials such as wood
and glass. She likes working with colors, unusual proportions
and contrasts, her objects are often pushed to limits.
Lucie Koldova
Lucie Koldova
  • Address 7 Rue Deveria, 75020 Paris | France

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Lucie is a product and furniture designer born in Czech Republic. After graduating at Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague in 2009, she moved to Paris and worked 1 year with Arik Levy studio in Paris. She worked as a furniture designer and continued developing simultaneously her own creations for various companies. In Paris she collaborated with an israelian designer Dan Yeffet until she established her own studio. She appreciates influences, inspiration and different cultures melting together in Paris where she continues working for international clients. Lucie produces furniture pieces, glass sculptures and timeless lights, objects of desire - chic and purified. Her work stretches from daily products, conceptual space, urban area to poetic gallery objects and limited series. Lucie uses classic craftsmenship through cutting-edge technologies with a main focus on basic materials such as wood and glass. She likes working with colors, unusual proportions and contrasts, her objects are often pushed to limits.