Combining the cultural heritage, craftsmanship and finest crystal of LALIQUE with the contem- porary spirit and design language of WINDFALL, the lighting collection SERENE features iconic LALIQUE designs from the Orient Express and the traditional Dahlia motive, translated and arranged into today’s settings.

“It was a nice surprise when we were contacted by Silvio Denz, because I always love to work with people from other countries. WINDFALL created with SERENE a collection, which is technically sophisticated and a design, which is elegant, humorous and flexible.”  Clarissa Dorn – WINDFALL

“Our designs always reflect a mix of tradition, excellence and craftsmanship with our vision of beauty, so the collaboration with LALIQUE was for me the perfect challenge. SERENE is classic with a twist, a new approach on modern chandeliers.” Roel Haagmans – WINDFALL

“I was immediately seduced by WINDFALL’s modern and contemporary spirit and convinced by the idea of a collaboration. WINDFALL’s interpretation of LALIQUE‘s iconic designs in crystal prisms, translated and thought for today and tomorrow‘s settings, give a new look to the extraordinary creations of René Lalique and once again reminds us of their timelessness.” Silvio Denz – LALIQUE


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Windfall Contemporary Crystal Lighting

In 2006, WINDFALL inaugurated the “classic with a twist” series with “Balance”, one of the most beloved chandeliers in the collection. Balance adapts to many different illumination projects and is particularly advanced with regards to the fluctuating dispersion of light. This chandelier manages to be both modern and classic at the same time and has turned dreams into reality in Arabic Palaces as well as the Royal Albert Hall in London, in nightclubs in Brussels, bars in Paris, hotels and mansions all around the world, from Hollywood to Singapore. The personal, passionate handling of their work, proximity to customers and the constant willingness to change has given this small company from the Maxvorstadt district of Munich the opportunity to collaborate with companies such as British Airways, Cartier International, Phillippe Starck, UN Studio, Candy&Candy, Roberto Cavalli and Montblanc.