Special project for Architectural Digest

The Moroshka lamp gets its name from the wild amber berry (also known as cloudberry) that grows in Northern forests. Commissioned by Architectural Digest magazine, Moroshka is a collaboration with Gus Khrustalny—an exquisite glass factory founded in 1756. Gus Khrustalny produced nearly all of the glassware for the Emperor’s family and was the most famous crystal glass manufacturer in the USSR. The Moroshka lamp merges the timeless elegance of traditional crystalware with a modern yet organic aesthetic.