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€415
Physalis are often called "caged love". This fixture offers a variation on this highly poetic plant, playing with the transparency ...
  • Material : Bark wicker, bamboo, mouth blown glass
  • Color : Beige (peeled wicker and bamboo) + orange glass
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Lamp Physalis orange

TRESSAGES PAS SAGES

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Physalis are often called "caged love". This light offers a variation on this highly poetic plant, playing with transparency and pretense. The wicker and bamboo cage masks and magnifies both the ripe blown glass fruit. On or off, this suspension light gives the space it occupies an impression of lightness and serenity. Unique piece made with four hands by Florence Lemoine, glassmaker (Florence Lemoine Creation) and Alexandra Ferdinande, basket maker (Tressages Pas Sages).

  • Type precision : Bowl for aperitif or dessert
  • Type : Unique piece
  • Certificate of authenticity : Yes
  • Lamp bulb supplied : Yes
  • Number of lights : 1
  • Dimensions : 35 cm in diameter, H50cm
  • Suitable for outside use : Yes

Piece delivered with: a certificate of authenticity

This bark and bamboo wicker fixture is embellished with a blown glass ball and equipped with a LED bulb. It can be installed in the center of the room - above a table, for example, or at an angle with a wall bracket. This luminaire is equipped with a textile-wrapped electrical cable with a two-pole plug. Small screw socket for type E14 bulb, LED preferably. To change the bulb, simply unscrew the blown glass ball attached to the socket.

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

Je suis animée par ce besoin tenace : tresser, entrelacer, transformer la matière végétale pour la sublimer. Je n’ai rien inventé, tout est là. Je rends hommage au règne végétal en y prélevant ma matière première, en m’inspirant de ce qui est présent, vivant sous nos yeux mais si discret. J’ai découvert une source inépuisable d’inspiration en observant ce qui nous entoure. A partir de branches, de tiges, de lianes glanées ou cultivées, je donne naissance à des volumes. Je travaille sur la pureté des lignes, la délicatesse, le mouvement, la transparence, la légèreté, l’apesanteur, l’apparente fragilité d'où transparaît une puissante énergie. En explorant les techniques de vannerie ancestrales, j’ai constaté que les gestes premiers des vanniers étaient toujours vivants aujourd’hui. Je suis fière de m’inscrire dans cette lignée traditionnelle de l’art du tressage. Je pars des racines d’un savoir-faire millénaire pour l’inscrire dans le monde d’aujourd’hui et l’accompagner vers demain.