Tombées des Nues
by sabine7 / September 10, 2007

Tombées des Nues is the Lyon-based design team of Stéphanie Lapendry-Boudier and Cécile Liard whose practice took off around the theme of lighting, but has grown to include a wider variety of accessories as well. For Maison & Objet, Tombées des Nues presented La Comtesse, a metal lamp with cut outs, a distant relative of Madame De, a polypropylene chandelier. There is more lighting after the jump: Patch Light consists of an aluminium base, a transparent panel and 4 adhesive designs that allow intricate shadows to be cast upon the wall. Promenade en Foret (A Walk in the Woods) is a lighting system composed of 3 trunks of different shades and pattens of green. The fabric trees are set upon a clear base. Oisse is a leaf-shaped lamp on a stem that stretches from floor to ceiling. Last, but not least, we have the Parure de Table polypropylene table mat series, which includes Baroque and Nénuphar (Water Lily).


Patch Light.

Oisse & Promenade en Foret.

Baroque & Nénuphar.

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