PREMISSE is a ceiling light.
By its elementary lines, strong and simple, it generates several interpretations; branches for the one, flight
of bird for the the other. It questions in this way the status of the object and brings to question the notion of artifact. The broken branch can it become object when the individual decides to see sculpture, suspension or luminary there? The appearance and the consideration made of an object are pointed out. PREMISSE underlines a return to the simple, naive, primitive form and is interested in the rudimentary function of lighting.
Made from a basic aluminium tube, cut, curved and painted, PREMISSE challenges industrial production in order to bring poetry and sensitivity to the manufactured object. Light sources placed on the edges of the lamp meet where the tube split. Beams extend the shape of the object including it with harmony to the location. Placed alone, in couple or in ballet of strange creatures inviting to the pleasure of lyric contemplation, fixed.