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All that glitters

With the new crystal Manufaktur in Wattens, Swarovski has set a whole new standard in terms of products, applications and technical expertise.

When imagery, imagination and illusion commune to alter perception, the resultant reality is a piece of art. Or at least, that's the way to interpret Japanese artist Kusama Yayoyi's Infinity Mirror Rooms series. It's little wonder then that crystal colossus Swarovski chose to unveil its new Manufaktur at the same time it unveiled the famed Yayoyi's new installation-Chandelier of Grief, part of her

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