LASVIT shines bright in Monaco members club, ‘THIRTY NINE’

Monaco’s New Exclusive Club Features a LASVIT Chandelier Inspired by Princess Grace.

Located in the heart of Monte Carlo at 39 Avenue Princess Grace, THIRTY NINE is a new exclusive private-membership lifestyle club. The exclusive interiors were designed by Morpheus London, an interior design studio renowned for its dedication to detail, thoughtful and considered approach and passion for creativity and innovation.LASVIT Grace Chandelier_ Grace 39 Club Monaco 03resizeMorpheus approached LASVIT, the Czech designer and manufacturer of unique works of glass, with a request to design a lighting sculpture for the heart of club THIRTY NINE.

LASVIT designer Petra Krausova says;

 “To design an art work, one must follow their instinct. In this case, it was particularly powerful for me. I always linked Monaco with Princess Grace and when I took a part in designing a light installation for this club, I knew exactly which way to go.” LASVIT Grace Chandelier_ Grace 39 Club Monaco 06resizeFounder of the club, Ross Beattie is a former professional rugby player who now resides in Monaco and explains;

“Princess Grace is an iconic figure, globally and especially in Monaco. It just so-happened that it was the 60th anniversary of her rise to becoming Princess Grace from Grace Kelly. And looking at wedding pictures and playing around with ideas, we looked at her bouquet of flowers and the idea for the Grace chandelier came out of that.” 

LASVIT Grace Chandelier_ Grace 39 Club Monaco 02resizeAs one of the few elements of this private club visible from the Avenue, the Grace chandelier acts as a landmark that pays homage to the heritage of its exceptional location and glamorous history.



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