Siemon & Salazar has been designing and producing hand blown glass vessels and lighting fixtures in Southern California since 1999. The studio’s aesthetic reflects the evolved craftsmanship of the Muranese tradition coupled with the balance and restraint of the Scandinavians.Read More
The workshop is streamlined, but the collaborative mindset persists. “Glassblowing is a team sport,” says Caleb. “It requires a united effort from multiple people to create one design.” Every piece is hand formed by the team, and all custom metal components are fabricated and finished locally.
Caleb and Carmen draw as much inspiration from the medium as they do from the place where they live and work. “We always start with an idea but remain flexible to allow for the natural qualities of the material,” says Caleb. “The element of the unknown has always attracted me to glass, and to California, for that matter,” says Carmen. “There’s a tangible sense of adventure, as well as beauty, layered within the landscape. We try to embrace that.”
The linea chandelier utilizes rigid horizontal lines to space individual glass shades hung on cloth cord. Light and airy, the fixture has a subdued elegance that can be built to suit specific applications. A variety of glass shades and finishes are available and customizable per project. Hand blown and shaped in lead free crystal. No molds are used, and each glass shape is unique. Designed and made by Siemon & Salazar in California. Signed.
Shown in brushed brass and blackened steel with 6.5” dia. clear bubble orbs. Horizontal crossmembers are 2’, 3’, and 4’ lengths. With a 7” dia. canopy and 6’ drop.