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Lamp by Nicolas Aubagnac, major designer of contemporary decorative arts
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Luna lamp

Nicolas Aubagnac

Like a sphere delicately resting on a base with pearled motifs, Luna calls for contemplation.

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Moon - ceiling lamp

SB26

Like a gallows with three-lamps, two of which are articulated satellites, the Moon ceiling lamp plays with the plasticity of metal and balances in space, in a style full of rhythm and graphic design.

Moon - wall bracket lamp

SB26

The latest Moon creation, this wall bracket lamp plays with the plasticity of metal and evolves in balance in space. A graphic and sober style.

Babel Lamp

Nicolas Aubagnac

This lamp evokes the unfinished tower, erected in the city of Babel, as found in the Book of Genesis - a marvel or a malediction?

Moon - floor reading lamp

SB26

Like an articulated gallows, the Moon floor reading lamp plays with the plasticity of metal and balance in space, in a style full of rhythm and graphic design.

Moon - floor lamp

SB26

Like a gallows with three-lamps, two of which are articulated satellites, the Moon floor lamp plays with the plasticity of metal and balances in space, in a style full of rhythm and graphic design.

Seti Lamp - "Mint Green" Shagreen

Nicolas Aubagnac

With its characteristic soft, svelte shape, this shagreen model is one of the latest variations on the Séti lamp first created in 2000.

Stella Lamp

Nicolas Aubagnac

The Stella lamp was created as a tribute to Luca Pacioli di Borgo, a Renaissance mathematician known for writing the 'Divina Proportione' printed in 1509.

Torso Lamp

Marc Raimbault

The Torso lamp takes its architectural silhouette from the Turning Torso, a skyscraper in Malmö, Sweden, designed by architect Santiago Calatrava Valls.

Helios Lamp

Nicolas Aubagnac

As in Greek mythology, the Hélios lamp is a symbolic evocation of the sun.

Durer Lamp

Nicolas Aubagnac

Nicolas Aubagnac is here inspired by the particular geometric shape of the famous engraving "Melancolia" by the artist Albrecht Dürer (1471-1528).

Babylone Lamp

Nicolas Aubagnac

The Babylon lamp takes its architectural silhouette from the skyscraper at '56 Leonard' in New York City, designed by the distinguished architects Herzog and de Meuron.