Lampshade en osier tressage spiralé

TRESSAGES PAS SAGES

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This braided wicker lampshade offers a variation on the spiral dynamics. Lit, it gives a warm atmosphere to your room.
  • Material : Scalloped wicker
  • Color : Beige
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Lampshade en osier tressage spiralé

TRESSAGES PAS SAGES

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This braided wicker lampshade offers a variation on the spiral dynamics. On, it gives a warm atmosphere to your home. Off, it adds a touch of graphics and nature to your decoration. Personalize it with the socket and bulb of your choice (not included) to assert your style. Braided lampshade on a metal ring. Suitable for E27 format sockets (not supplied). For use with LED bulbs (bulb not included).

  • Type personnalisé : Bowl for aperitif or dessert
  • Type : Pièce unique
  • Certificat d’authenticité : Yes
  • Ampoule fournie : Yes
  • Nombre de lumières : 1
  • Dimensions : 32cm in diameter, H14cm
  • Convient en extérieur : Yes

Piece delivered with: a certificate of authenticity

Bark wicker and metal. Suspended from a ceiling lamp, in the center of the room or at an angle with a wall bracket.

The time of a tandem: two subjects for a universe. Florence Lemoine is a glassmaker: she blows glass in her mouth and spins into the flame. She creates pearls of art and luminaries. Alexandra Ferdinande is a basket-maker, she braids wicker and plants gleaned in her immediate environment. She creates decorative and utilitarian braided objects, lighting and sculptures. Their two universes complement each other and their two subjects are balanced, although they are opposed in their processes and characteristics. Their collaboration gave birth to duo creations: unique pieces in which they propose a game on transparency, textures and light. Volume research leads them naturally to the plant kingdom. The nest and hatch patterns, seed and fruit suggest a dynamic movement enhanced by the effects of lightness and transparency.

Comes with a bulb and a plug. Possibility of removing the plug to install it as a ceiling lamp. Neat packaging to protect the creation. Simple maintenance with a feather duster.

Craftsman

I am animated by this tenacious need: to weave, to interweave, to transform the vegetable matter to sublimate it. I did not invent anything, everything is there. I pay tribute to the vegetable kingdom by taking my raw material, taking inspiration from what is present, living before our eyes but so discreet. I discovered an inexhaustible source of inspiration by observing what surrounds us. From branches, stems, lianas gleaned or cultivated, I give birth to volumes. I work on the purity of the lines, the delicacy, the movement, the transparency, the lightness, the weightlessness, the apparent fragility from which a powerful energy is shown. In exploring ancestral basketry techniques, I found that the first gestures of the weavers were still alive today. I am proud to join this traditional line of the art of braiding. I leave the roots of an age-old know-how to enroll it in today's world and accompany it to tomorrow.