trust in design
jan 07, 2009
trust in design


‘climbing lamp’

joran briand, etienne vallet and arthur de chatelperron make up the french firm trust in design.
in their work they create a range of objects including furniture, lighting and homewares. ‘climbing lamp’,
‘neurone lighting’ and ‘cadarache cup’ are just a few of their projects.


‘climbing lamp’, plugs directly into a socket

‘climbing lamp’ comes in a kit. consisting of mobile joints it adapts itself to the constraints of a particular space.
it climbs on walls and ceilings and can be assembled to user needs. once fixed, each fluorescent slide is
directional, providing comfortable lighting.


‘climbing lamp’ detail


‘neurone lighting’ at les grands moulins de, paris

this lighting system reflects the architecture of neuron systems. as with neurons, each light is connected to
another by aluminium tip. they together create a luminous sky of multiple levels. one can thus manipulate
the lighting combinations according to the space.


‘neurone lighting’


‘cadarache cup’

is a ceramic cup set and wood tray, its design imitates the shape of a nuclear poer plant. it was also a shortlisted
entry in designboom’s ceramic for breakfast competition in 2006.


‘cadarache cup’

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