Harbell luminaires are the result of a daring fusion between a traditional expertise, the saddle stitch technique in collaboration with Serge Amoruso, Master of Leather Art and an innovative and exclusive process to this day, the spread of light through micro-perforations of optic fibers inside the silicone.
The leather epidermis outside of the lampshade becomes luminous skin on the inside part, like the sloughing phenomen.
Combined with an exclusive formal concept, the skin creates this hybridization between the light source and the plane surface. It is no longer just an envelope but the essence of the object.
Harebell is part of Under my skin collection. A collection of lights in which the skin of the object is both matrix and hybridization vector.
Combining technological innovation and high-end french craftsmanship, these luminaires sublimate the interaction between material and light.
Photos: Florian Kleinefenn
Reference Image: Bell of the Arandas temple, Mexico