wall light feu follet, by Ombre Portee, Paris France
  • wall light feu follet, by Ombre Portee, Paris France
  • wall light feu follet, by Ombre Portee, Paris France
  • wall light feu follet, by Ombre Portee, Paris France
  • wall light feu follet, by Ombre Portee, Paris France
  • wall light feu follet, by Ombre Portee, Paris France

Ombre Portée

Feu Follet Wall Light by Ombre Portée

Feu Follet Wall Light - 1,898.00 € TTC

Fiche technique

  • Dimensions: 55 x 60 cm high, 15 cm depth
  • Material: Brass
  • Availability: 12 weeks
  • 21,7 inches x 23,6 inches high x 5,9 inches depth
  • 13 bulbs 50 mA, plug-in, low voltage power source par 230 V/12 Volts, compatible for US-UK-JP-Europe
  • Designer: Eric de Dormael
  • Made in France

DECLINAISONS

This wall light can be extended by adding one or more modules.

A river of light or a luminous vine?  Whatever image it inspires, the Feu Follet (French for "will-o-the-wisp") leaves few indifferent.  This alluring decorative statement is gorgeous behind a sofa, a stylish contemporary dinning room table, or in an entryway.  Or why not create an even more spectacular effect by adding an extension so it can climb all the way up to the ceiling?  

This luminous sculpture was awarded the "Via 2011" label.

Who is OMBRE PORTEE? A French company created in 1998, Ombre Portée designs and constructs tailor-made luminous sculptures, born out of a profound exploration of light:  shadows, reflections,  glimmers and gleams that dance on walls and play on ceilings. Materials are chosen for the way they clothe, filter and diffuse light, or even frame it like a jewelery setting, to create an intimate, subdued environment.

What is essential to the company's founder, Eric de Dormael, is to generate images, impressions, and luminous sensations, to create poetic objects.

Today, Ombre Portée produces its exquisite luminous sculptures as one-of-a-kind pieces, or in limited, numbered runs.  These unique creations are made by hand with the utmost care in their atelier in the historic Saint Antoine district of Paris, where masters of the decorative arts have worked for centuries.