After a first presentation at the Kreo gallery in London, the English duo exhibits their new collection of lights, in the Parisian space. Signals is the meeting of their research. Around the color and the material. Between industrial techniques and craftsmanship. The conical shape is the core of this series. Made of glass blown by the artisans of the Venini workshops in Murano, these cones dress colored aluminum boxes, formed by hand. From the angular silhouette of the base to the roundness of the lampshade, the collection’s suspension and floor lamps take on a totemic dimension. Reinforced by the subtle play of light provided by the glass and the spherical lines. With Signals, the London duo puts the totem lamp back in the spotlight. Functional. Acidulated.
Signals, Edward Barber & Jay Osgerby
Until July 14th
31, Rue Dauphine 75006 Paris