The Cagnois lamps, named after the residents of Cagnes-Sur-Mer, were crafted for a renovation of a vacation home in the area. The glass components within these lamps, responsible for dispersing light into various concentric circles, are typically used as sealing cones and plugs on construction sites for concrete walls. Here, they have been repurposed. Concealed behind the glass is a specially
designed 3D-printed element that houses the LED light source. This element securely fits into the glass structure, ensuring all
components remain connected. Finally, a stainless steel metal pipe encases the inner system, providing a cohesive assembly and finish`.
Materials: Rvs and glass
In collaboration with Astrid Venlet
Produced by Cone Lighting
Photos: Tijs Vervecken, Evenbeeld