Lee Broom | Alchemist Collection

Step into the world of Lee Broom, one of the UK’s foremost product designers whose innovative approach to luxury furniture and lighting has captivated a global audience. Since establishing his brand in 2007, Lee has crafted over 100 unique pieces that blend classic styles with contemporary flair, earning a prestigious place in homes, hotels, and high-end retail stores worldwide. His background in fashion design and theatre infuses his creations with a dramatic narrative and distinctive edge, leading to collaborations with renowned brands like Christian Louboutin and Mulberry and earning numerous awards including British Designer of the Year and The Queen’s Award for Enterprise. Lee Broom’s signature blend of classicism and modernity continues to evolve, innovate, and mesmerize, making his work a testament to elegance, innovation, and timeless beauty.

Lee Broom is one of the UK’s leading product designers and a premium global design brand. With his highly original brand of luxury furniture and lighting designs, his work is recognised and retailed across the globe. Since founding the company in 2007, he has created over 100 furniture, accessory and lighting pieces, all of which are designed, manufactured and retailed under the Lee Broom brand.


Orion comprises simple modular lights with opposing opaque and solid polished gunmetal spheres along with opaque and solid polished gunmetal tubes.

These connect and expand horizontally and vertically to create bespoke constellations of light with infinite adaptations.

Requiem Ring

A revolutionary innovation

Requiem is an ethereal series of limited-edition pieces. Each sculpted by hand, by Lee Broom in our London factory. The collection takes inspiration from the marble drapery on ancient statues and sepulchral sculptures. Each piece appearsweightless and fluid but is solid in form, made by hand-draping fabrics in plaster through and around illuminated glass. These ghostly forms are then sculpted with more plaster into their final shape and set until solid. The effect is one of fragile drapery that appears to capture a floating light source. To celebrate the 15-year anniversary of Lee Broom, each of the four limited edition Requiem designs is limited to 15 pieces.

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