French lighting firm Verre Lumiere was created in 1968 on the initiative of Max Ingrand, the famous French master glass worker and decorator. The firm distinguished itself creatively through numerous public and commercial commissions, working with a network of important architects and interior designers, including Pierre Paulin, Michel Boyer, Ben Swildens, and Sabine Charoy. L'Œuf centre d'études was one such multidisciplinary design team, bringing together architects, sculptors, designers, graphics and mosaics on a variety of innovative projects. This lamp is the only model they designed for private use and was distributed through the Verre Lumiere gallery.
L'Œuf Centre d'Études
Brushed nickel-plated brass, opaline shade
38 x 38 x 71 cm