DCWéditions Boucle table lamp
DCWéditions Boucle table lamp
DCWéditions Boucle table lamp
DCWéditions Boucle table lamp
DCWéditions Boucle table lamp
DCWéditions Boucle table lamp
DCWéditions Boucle table lamp
DCWéditions Boucle table lamp
DCWéditions Boucle table lamp
DCWéditions Boucle table lamp
DCWéditions Boucle table lamp
DCWéditions Boucle table lamp
DCWéditions Boucle table lamp
DCWéditions Boucle table lamp
DCWéditions Boucle table lamp

Boucle table lamp

DCWéditions

$339.20 $424.00

DCWéditions
Boucle table lamp
$339.20 $424.00


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Description

DCWéditions’ Boucle table lamp is a light sculpture that, a bit like a candle, creates gentle lighting and a peaceful atmosphere in the room. The luminaire comprises three slender brass bars, bent into an abstract shape, which together with the integrated light sources create a fascinating interplay of light and shadow. Designed by Éric de Dormaël, Boucle is really more than a lamp – the ethereal piece is a work of art.

The Boucle table lamp is USB rechargeable and lasts up to 12 hours on a full charge. Although the light emitted by Boucle is quite subtle as it is, like candlelight, the luminaire is also dimmable.

Material
Steel, natural brushed brass
Colour
Brass
Length
8 cm
Width
8 cm
Height
47 cm
Light source
Integrated 3W LED
Colour temperature
2,700 K
IP rating
20
Protection class
III
Weight
0.9 kg
Integrated switch
Yes
Dimmable
Yes: 4 positions (100%-60%-30%-Off)
Notes
USB A-USB C cable included.

Éric de Dormaël

Éric de Dormaël (born 1951) is a French artist, sculptor and designer known especially for his three-dimensional works of light art. Along with architecture, nature, and artists like Frank Gehry and Fausto Melotti, de Dormaël finds inspiration in the interplay of light and shadow: the sun shining through the blinds, the flicker of candles on the walls, the rays of light reflected from the surface of the water.

De Dormaël, who has loved drawing since he was a child, knew at the age of 13 he wanted to be an artist. Nothing else interested de Dormaël, so he went to study at the l’Ecole Saint-Luc de Tournai in Belgium in 1968, after which he continued his studies at the Atelier Met-de-Penninghen in Paris. Although de Dormaël has always marched to the beat of his own drum and not always agreed with his teachers, his years of study enhanced both his skills and his enthusiasm.

After his studies, de Dormaël worked in a variety of positions in the creative field before finding his own path. He worked, among other things, as a model builder, drawing teacher and photographer – multitalented and rigorous as he is, sometimes simultaneously. He ended up creating light art more or less by chance: when presenting furniture he had designed, de Dormaël often placed small lamps of his own making on top of the pieces. The furniture didn't seem to arouse much interest, but industry professionals were constantly asking him about the small lamps. Since then, his light sculptures have brought de Dormaël high acclaim, and his lighting works have been exhibited in numerous exhibitions and events around the world.

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