Designed by Lambert & Fils Studio
The Cliff Collection showcases the original materials from Lambert & Fils workshop. Natural brass and matte black rods provide structure for lamps. The finishing details add character and nuance to the lamp?s robust, functional forms.
The Dot Collection combines the directness of exposed, spherical bulbs with the rich materiality of brass. Focused, geometric compositions contain these two features, balancing line, surface, and luminous points.
The Clark Collection pushes the limits of form without sacrificing functionality. Bent metal creates shades that both block and reflect the lamp?s light source, casting light evenly. A marble anchor provides a contemporary touch to its surroundings.
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.
Hutchison is the thoughtful study of soft curves and hard lines?a rivalry of vertical and horizontal forces and a play of scale and repetition. Alone, it self-defines as a frank, decorative pendant light. In multiples, it evokes the iconic patterns of Middle Eastern archways and Roman terracotta roofs.
The Beaubien Collection?s strong black lines bend in and out of space, moving effortlessly between simplicity and ornamentation. Round and cubic brass connectors complete the lamps? structures and add a rich material contrast to the powder coated rods. The collection?s industrial and graphic aesthetic is imbued with a palette of influences, from traditional Chinese screens […]
A collaboration between Lambert & Fils and Guillaume Sasseville, Mile offers a variation on the linear suspension, pared down to its simplest, asymmetrical expression, with two lines floating in surprising equilibrium. Direct and indirect light are separated by a 90? pivot, thus marking out space with light. A play on contrasts, Mile is part art […]
In August 1970, Bertrand Balas designed the lamp Here Comes the Sun. At first glance, this original design is like all the other lamps that get called an ?Original?. But once lit, the Here Comes the Sun hanging lamp takes on a magical quality. Darkness looses its rawness and metamorphoses into something reassuring.