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beau & bien redefines the role of chandeliers in contemporary narratives

beau & bien’s renaissance chandeliers

 

From timekeepers to artistic masterpieces, chandeliers have long been regarded as more than just sources of illumination. Their story unravels as the ReNaissance collection by Beau & Bien redefines their role in contemporary spaces, through dramatic, theatrical, or classical narratives. Not only that, but the brand also embraces the past while looking towards a sustainable future by repurposing materials.

beau & bien redefines the role of chandeliers in contemporary narratives
the ReNaissance collection by Beau & Bien redefines the role of chandeliers in contemporary spaces

all images courtesy of Beau & Bien

 

 

handpicked crystals by the brand’s designers

 

The brand was founded in 2005 by designer Sylvie Maréchal, who since 2013 she has been creating 100% bespoke chandeliers inspired by 18th century Castles. By revisiting the classics and reinventing them using secular materials, Beau & Bien redefines their role and significance in contemporary spaces, especially with its ReNaissance family.

 

Infused with a poetic signature, these chandeliers are characterized by the carefully curated crystals, handpicked by the brand’s designers. Each creation embraces the spirit of experimentation and artisanal excellency, two fundamental values rooted in the company’s DNA. The mission of Beau & Bien is to project a subtle light and a glow that ‘perfumes’ an entire room just like the scent of a flower does. To achieve this, the pieces are illuminated by an LED system hidden in a cabochon of Limoges porcelain.

beau & bien redefines the role of chandeliers in contemporary narratives
the pieces are illuminated by an LED system hidden in a cabochon of Limoges porcelain

 

 

ReNaissance repurposes existing materials

 

ReNaissance holds a commitment to sustainable practices. In a world increasingly conscious of environmental impact, the company stands out by going by the principle of circular use. Rather than creating new products, the brand repurposes existing materials, minimizing its carbon footprint. In doing so, it not only preserves the past but also contributes to a greener future, embodying the imprint of a peaceful theater that illuminates history and protects it.

beau & bien redefines the role of chandeliers in contemporary narratives
Beau & Bien embraces the past but also contributes to a greener future

beau & bien redefines the role of chandeliers in contemporary narratives
infused with a poetic signature, these chandeliers are characterized by the carefully curated crystals

beau & bien redefines the role of chandeliers in contemporary narratives
rather than creating new products, ReNaissance repurposes existing materials

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the mission of Beau & Bien is to project a subtle light and a glow that ‘perfumes’ an entire room[/dbcosmo_fullwidth_image

beau & bien redefines the role of chandeliers in contemporary narratives
the brand embodies the imprint of a peaceful theater that illuminates history and protects it

beau & bien redefines the role of chandeliers in contemporary narratives
with fabrication made 100% in france, Beau & Bien combines the modernity of LED technology with the tradition of french handmade savoir-faire

beau & bien redefines the role of chandeliers in contemporary narratives
each crystal is handpicked by the brand’s designers

 

 

 

project info:

 

name: Renaissance

brand: Beau & Bien | @beauetbien

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