Lighting by Patrick Paris

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Lighting

Lighting by Patrick Paris

The Eaunophe lamp by Patrick Paris for Serax plays an ingenious visual game of surprising contradictions. In its distinctive style, the French designer plays a bizarre game of cat and mouse with the function of the object. Flat on the table, cupboard or floor, the Eaunophe lamp just looks like a sturdy, solid concrete sculpture in the shape of a lampshade. But as soon as you slightly tilt the lamp, a warm and diffused light emerges from under the hood. As if by magic, everything merges into a harmonious game of hard and soft, cold and warm, aloof yet welcoming at the same time. Paris loves to play with the concrete, juxtaposing its rough nature against the lightness of the cutout and the reflection of light. “FLASTAIRE consists of a concrete surface on the outside: rectangular, cold and sober – in sharp contrast with the circular cutout that reflects a warm and flickering light from the recessed lamp. It is ideal mood lighting.” With BROQUAINE, Patrick Paris pushes the boundaries of industrial design by involving the end user in the creative process. He offers you the opportunity to add the finishing touch to this concrete pendant lamp yourself. “With one blow of the hammer, you open the way for the light,” Paris explains. “And since each hammer blow is different, every single lamp is unique.”

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