Table light L’Assiette, design Béatrice Durandard, for Kissthedesign gallery.
The table light L’Assiette was designed by Béatrice Durandard for the exhibition Céramique I at Kissthedesign gallery in Lausanne in 2013.
French designer Béatrice Durandard (*1985), newly shortlisted at the Design Parade 8, Villa Noailles, Hyère, is well known for her lights. Thanks to many awards and subsidies (Ikea fundation, etc) she was able to produce a great collection of lamps, all using the LED technology and showing a pure and minimal design, as for the lamp specially created for the exhibition. The table light L’assiette has a black enameled aluminium structure that holds a reflector made of a thin plate of ceramic. It’s as formally attractive as a Gino Sarfatti light, great light designer from the 20th century, with on the top of that a contemporary technical know how.
Béatrice Durandard young freelance designer based in Lausanne works with several manufacturers, like among others ACE, Habitat and Roche Bobois.
Table light with adjustable ceramic circular top with one side enameled in blue, orange, white, yellow or red and one side left raw, on a black anodized aluminium frame and base, GU10 LED bulb. The ceramic top can be adjusted to colour the light.
Size 25 x 25 cm, H max 40 cm.
Limitied edition in five colours each at 8 + 2 AP