Sale price290 €
handcraftedmade to order

Tiles Line G
Violaine d'Harcourt

handcraftedmade to order
Sale price290 €
handcraftedmade to order

A collection of ceramic wall lights designed in collaboration with Dutch designer Marianne Smink, Tiles are manufactured in a workshop north of Coimbra, Portugal. The hand-shaped tiles are screen-printed in natural hues. Indirect lighting provides a soft, warm glow.

Because the Tiles are produced by hand, each sconce is unique, with its color variations and imperfections, which are part of the charm of artisanal production.

This sconce is designed to be viewed from the front.

Led 9W bulb supplied. Ambient lighting.

The electrical connection is made at the bottom of the back of the lamp. If you don't have a wall outlet, a 180 cm white textile cable with "torpedo" switch is available as an option.

Dimensions: 29 cm high, 14 cm wide and 5.6 cm deep.

Installation with screw and dowel supplied.

Estimated Delivery 8 - 12 Weeks

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Violaine d'Harcourt is a lighting designer born in Paris in 1987. Since childhood, she has developed her artistic sensibility through drawing, sculpture and modeling. She then studied design and interior architecture at Camondo in Paris and then at Scuola Politecnica in Milan. After experiences in design production at Jacopo Foggini studio in Milano, Federico Churba in Buenos Aires and Galerie Kreo in Paris, she started to create her own lightings, convinced that a thoughtfully designed light can provide the extra soul needed in any living space.
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Dimensions: 29 cm high, 14 cm wide and 5.6 cm deep. Installation with screw and dowel supplied.

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Dimensions: 29 cm high, 14 cm wide and 5.6 cm deep. Installation with screw and dowel supplied.

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About

Violaine d'Harcourt is a lighting designer born in Paris in 1987. Since childhood, she has developed her artistic sensibility through drawing, sculpture and modeling. She then studied design and interior architecture at Camondo in Paris and then at Scuola Politecnica in Milan. After experiences in design production at Jacopo Foggini studio in Milano, Federico Churba in Buenos Aires and Galerie Kreo in Paris, she started to create her own lightings, convinced that a thoughtfully designed light can provide the extra soul needed in any living space.

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