Chantilly lamp by Constance Guisset

July 15th, 2014 by retail design blog

Chantilly lamps are dancing objects on long and elegant plywood legs. Complex volumes are created through a simple system of folds of a polypropyene sheet. Delivered flat, they can be assembled thanks to press studs in one simple gesture. With their pastel and delicious colours, they also represent a research on colorimetric transitions. The objective of this project was to design delicate and funny lamps at a reasonable price. They exist in three sizes (small, medium or large to be suspended) and four colours.

Dsigned by Constance Guisset

















http://www.constanceguisset.com

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