Portobello is a contemporary vision of the chandelier. Its uncluttered metallic upper structure envelops and maintains the profusion of gleaming pearls springing out of it, diffusing the light in an infinite number of rays. Tense and exuberant, radical and glamorous, modern and baroque, it is a paradoxical object that arouses fascination.
The Angelin Lamp is a paper lamp that can take multiple shapes. With a metallic structure containing a neon and few rolls of paper, the user creates his own luminous atmosphere. Superpositions of the paper change the light’s warmth and reveal various transparencies.
Duplex is an acquarium/cage favouring an improbable encounter between a bird and a fish. The aquarium is thermoformed so as to create a space where the bird can fly at the same visual level as the fish. A surprising encounter that evokes the impossible fusion between the air and the water world.
Like an abstract figure, halfway between animal and vegetal, with its fluid curbs between softness and tension, Cape reveals its light and opalescent colours. Delicate on her metallic base, soft and ethereal, it seems the incarnation of a breath. From its two parts imbricated together emanates a gracious and mysterious presence. Cape is a lamp realised in injected plastic.
Plume is a variable geometry lamp, whose petals can be freely disposed. It seems to hover in a continuous breath of air, delicate horizontally suspended.
As the outcome of a deep research about neon lamp’s typology and fall within the work about paper started with Angelin lamp, Plume offers a soft and delicate form, far form the usual technical references.