Image credits: ©Bernard Maltaverne Courtesy Ymer&Malta
« I love this lamp because it seems to be unfinished, we could easily imagine being able to add a few glass balls to watch it grow until it takes over the entire room with the light, from one source, going on forever.I wanted a lamp that seems to be come from the mind of a man who has just woken up, that moment where the real and the unreal come together and adapt to one another. » Benjamin Graindorge
Materials: ultra white glass balls, brilliant white lacquered steel base.
Colour: this lamp is available in 12 « morning mist » colours
Dimensions: H. 30 • L. 50 • l. 20 cm
Editions: Limited edition of 8 pieces signed and numbered
“In Paris, at designer Benjamin Graindorge’s solo show, entitled Morning Mist, each piece was as spookily celestial as the next.” Financial Time January 2012
“Benjamin Graindorge expresses his talent the old-fashioned way, by drawing by hand. He must be doing some-thing right: at just 30 he was asked to show his work at the autumn at the Paris Museum of Decorative Arts2010 “Drawing Design” exhibition. Curator Constance Rubini ranks him with Pierre Charpin and the Bouroullec brothers in the category of those who consider “drawing an end in itself”.[…]“Drawing isn’t just representation, it’s already creation,”vhe says. “To show an idea, whose form is nebulous, you must try to clarify it and that means drawing”.” La gazette Drouot November 2011