Designed by Lambert & Fils Studio
The Beaubien Collection?s strong black lines move effortlessly between simplicity and ornamentation. The collection?s industrial and graphic aesthetic is imbued with a palette of influences, from traditional Chinese screens to the Memphis movement.
Structure in aluminium and steel powder coated black, fitting in brass plated graphite, diffusors in opal glass
W430 x D130 x H1520 mm
1 x 4.5W, 4 x 3.5W
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