The Nautilo Restaurant features a whimsical marine ambiance. Located on the banks of the River Trave in the historic Old Town, the restaurant also houses Sans Souci’s awe-inspiring, underwater-themed light installation - reminiscent of an underwater world complete with giant jellyfish. Sans Souci collaborated with designer Ulrike Krages from UK2 Urban Architecture Studio to craft a special clump of giant jellyfish made of crystal pearls, perfectly balanced in different sizes of the hand-blown crystal bubbles.
Furthermore, this unique light installation sets the mood and enhances the entire atmosphere of the restaurant by offering up to 99 programs and colour combinations that can be simply changed through an app on a mobile device.
Sans Souci’s aim is to play with light and explore its form in different dimensions. It draws on the experiences of past generations of glass-makers, with the quality of work defined by the purely Czech origin of their products. The company is renowned for crafting bespoke decorative lighting fixtures, glass objects and architecture features for projects around the world. It is a master in creating original architectural features such as railings, stairways, tables, skylights, columns, and others.