Moire lamp by Marc Sarrazin for Petite Friture

September 16th, 2012 by retail design blog

Known for their playful, out-of-ordinary collections, the French design company Petite Friture has collaborated with young Parisian designer Marc Sarrazin on this series of mesh lamps called ‘Moire’. Available in three sizes and two colours, the light can be either hung as a pendant, used as a floor or table lamp, or fixed to a wall.

‘Inspired by minimal surfaces and thought as a lamp garment, Moire plays with the lampshade typology to generate an elementary volume. Between opaqueness and transparency, it reveals different light qualities, although it uses very little material. It can be used as wished: as a pendant, wall, floor or table lamp.’

Photos by Ola Rindal







http://www.dailytonic.com/moire-lamp-by-marc-sarrazin-for-petite-friture-fr/

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