Laurent Corio for Secondome: Lampes FiorinessPosted: September 13, 2011
Lampes Fioriness echo the delicate nature of a single flower in a glass vase, hence “fiori”, the Italian word for “flowers”. Their sculptural forms walk the line between functional lighting and poetic object. Practically speaking, incorporating an electrical cord into a lighting object always poses an aesthetic challenge to a designer. Corio’s resolution is elegant yet sensible, the perfect blend. More below.
From Secondome: Secondome welcomes a new designer in its every year growing team of creators with industrial and artistic designer Laurent Corio. In his imaginary world, Fioriness is the expression of a latin attitude where the word “flower” is the poetic link between french and italian: “fiori”, “fleurs”, “flirter” which means “to flirt”. The emotions and play of a candle light dinner or an August summer sunlight. These sparkles of light define the flower standing in its vase as the witness of a promissing story.
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