Designed by Guillaume Sasseville
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 installation and part utilitarian light. The use of linear LED technology and the cords clamped into the structure add to the weightless, almost levitating feel of the lamp.
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 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 main feature of the Waldorf Collection combines an open hemispherical shade with a cylindrical socket cover. This composite shade is deployed in suspension and wall-mounted configurations with natural brass and powder coated rods. Swivelling shades and other moving parts add functional flexibility to the crisp, streamlined forms of this collection.
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 […]
Sometimes the simplest things are the most lasting and memorable, the Topan pendant being a brilliant example. It was the first mass produced lamp by Verner Panton, later to be followed by the Flowerpot. Topan?s simplicity and coolness proves to be evergreen.
Designed by Arthur Umanoff, this eponymous pendant light shines a light on the contrasts created when perfectly symmetrical, geometric brass and walnut wood components meet. The suspended design emits downward light to illuminate surfaces with its soft and cosy glow.
Every detail of this lighting collection embodies the relation of geometric objects and their shadows with sophisticated elegance. Its metal plate derives from the perfectly elliptical shadow cast by a crystal ball and mirrors the refined color scheme of the mouth-blown piece. Bomma?s traditional glassmaking techniques ensure that each piece from this collection is truly […]
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.