Designed by David Pompa
The exquisite form and smooth finish accentuates the elegance of Barro Negro. The tubular shape with its flawless edged terrace combines heritage and tradition with a modern twist. Barro negro is a special clay from Oaxaca characterized by its black color that comes from the smoke during the firing process.
The combination of metal with transparent and satin glass surfaces create a contemporary and unique object. The use of 100% recycled, handblown glass that causes an irregular surface with surprisingly tiny air bubbles enclosed inside the material that create a charming light effect.
Can vase brings the same material Barro Negro into a new composition. A new sculptural geometry in three different proportions. The vase creates a relationship between form and surrounding, a balance between object and nature, mixing function and aesthetics. Discovering the material and its earth proccesses. The forms and smooth finish accentuate the elegance of […]
The unostentatious and basic form accentuates and explores the elegance and balance between two handcrafted materials with their smooth finish. The tubular shape with its edged terrace combines two honest materials that give a slight flavor of the 1950Â´s.
Cast is a large modular pendant lighting system made from fibreglass. With the option of combining pre-cast straight and corner pieces, this pendant light can exist in many varieties of form and size.
The Laurent Collection distills the milk globe to its essential relationship between circle and sphere. A series of thin forms compliment the Laurent globes?forms that carve through space, moving between line, surface, and volume. These forms combine in endless patterns, making it possible for an installation of Laurent lamps to inhabit any space with subtlety […]
The Cliff Ceiling Lamp showcases the original Materials from Lambert & Fils workshop. Unfished brass rods provide structure for lamps. The finishing details add character and nuance to the lamp?s robust, functional forms.