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Lambert & Fils distilled a globe pendant’s duality between sphere and circle to its essence. “Our research focused on the surface and the form. Here, the globe acts as the link between the two,” says Samuel Lambert, the studio’s founder and lead designer.
The new range of designs feature moon-like globes held by powder-coated aluminium, chrome, acrylic or brass panels. The metal part comes also in a slatted version that creates a stripey lighting effect.
In keeping with its commitment to working with local, skilled trades, Lambert & Fils teamed called upon the expertise of a Quebec glass blower. An adjustable suspension system of wires and anchors allows the pendant’s final form to vary, from a pure, minimalist orb to something more intricate and Art Deco.
“While Bauhaus and Modernism continue to be familiar inspirations for the studio, with Laurent, we took a distinctly contemporary tack” say the designers.
Montreal based studio Lambert & Fils was founded in 2010 and their lighting fixtures now shine in numerous boutiques and restaurants around the world. Inspired by mid-century Modernism, the Industrial Age, the studio revisits iconic motifs across the range of these influences to create its own distinctive collections. Lambert & Fils commits itself to a tradition of quality, in-house design, and craftsmanship in lighting.
All photos by Arseni Kahzmin, courtesy of Lambert & Fils.
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