aurélien barbry studio crafts caché lamp series for le klint
 
aurélien barbry studio crafts caché lamp series for le klint aurélien barbry studio crafts caché lamp series for le klint
oct 04, 2014

aurélien barbry studio crafts caché lamp series for le klint

aurélien barbry studio crafts caché lamp series for le klint
all images courtesy of aurelien barbry

 

 

aurélien barbry started his career working for the famous french architect jean nouvel. since then, aurélien has worked on many different interior and industrial projects, his clients include georg jensen, COR, menu, normann, HAY, and ENO among others. today, he is based in copenhagen, where he continues to work on challenging contemporary design with pursuits such as his lighting collection for le klint called ‘caché’.

 

aurelien barbry le klint cache pendant lamp series denmark
pendants lamps suspended above a table

 

 

 

the series consists of three pendants and a floor lamp that have been manufactured with ultra-high quality craftsmanship in demark. the name of the assortment, which means ‘hidden’ in french, is the symbolism of the almost hidden, hand-folded shade, which is seamlessly integrated into the diffuser. this gives each product its special character and adds the brand’s classical DNA, which lies in the unique technique of pleating.

aurelien barbry le klint cache pendant lamp series denmark
the floor lamp within a living room

 

 

 

‘I wanted to create a simple soft and round lamp in steel using the skills of le klint with a sophisticated pleated diffusor hidden inside the shade.
in this way it creates a very nice contrast between the steel and the pleating where the light appears from out of the shade’, barbry said. ‘the lamp is also enhanced by the brass detail.’

aurelien barbry le klint cache pendant lamp series denmark
floor lamp close up

aurelien barbry le klint cache pendant lamp series denmark
detail of the pendant lamp

 

 

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