Sale price5.160 €
french designer

Trapenard Ceiling Light
Marine Breynaert

french designer
Sale price5.160 €
french designer

Expanded metal has become the recognisable trademark of the Marine studio.
Breyanert studio. The lampshades form a regular lace. The light lives through the mesh,
It doesn't stand still, it moves and draws changing shadows.
These lamps are ideal for lighting a living room, on a shelf or enfilade, or in the bedroom on a chest of drawers. The composition of the lamp bases and the brass work make each piece unique.

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Marine Breynaert's work is made up of raw lines, industrial history and precious materials. She combines gold, steel and metallurgical components in demanding light compositions that borrow from architecture, industrial design, constructivism and a certain art deco revival. Marine Breynaert has combined her different heritages and developed her own style to create coherent, powerful and composed series. Her luminaires are pure visual paradoxes, combining industrial heritage with contemporary poetry.
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Diameter: 800 mm Height: 350 mm Stem height: made to measure

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Diameter: 800 mm Height: 350 mm Stem height: made to measure

Shipping & Return

Return & Exchanges
AcceptedBuyers are responsible for return postage costs. If the item is not returned in its original condition, the buyer is responsible for any loss in value.
Return & Exchanges window
14 Days

About

Marine Breynaert's work is made up of raw lines, industrial history and precious materials. She combines gold, steel and metallurgical components in demanding light compositions that borrow from architecture, industrial design, constructivism and a certain art deco revival. Marine Breynaert has combined her different heritages and developed her own style to create coherent, powerful and composed series. Her luminaires are pure visual paradoxes, combining industrial heritage with contemporary poetry.

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