• Atelier Areti Lighting.


    Posted on 5th June, by Dana Tomić Hughes in product design. 1 Comment

    Atelier Areti Lighting | Yellowtrace.

    Squares Floor Light. Powder coated metal, available in black / white.
    2W warm white LED light source (per ball).
    Image courtesy of Atelier Areti.

     

    Atelier Areti Lighting | Yellowtrace.

    Up and Down Pendant. Powder coated metal, available in black / white / brass.
    Halogen capsule, dimmable. Max. 35W.
    Image courtesy of Atelier Areti.

     

    Atelier Areti Lighting | Yellowtrace.

    Alouette Wall Lamp. Powder coated metal, available in black / white /brass & inside of tail.
    G 4, G 5.3 and G 6.35 (35W max per bird).
    Image courtesy of Atelier Areti.

     

    Atelier Areti Lighting | Yellowtrace.

    Alouette Table Lamp. Powder coated metal, available in black / white /brass & inside of tail.
    G 4, G 5.3 and G 6.35 (35W max per bird).
    Image courtesy of Atelier Areti.

     

    Atelier Areti Lighting | Yellowtrace.

    Alouette Ceiling Light T-1. Powder coated metal, available in black / white /brass & inside of tail.
    G 4, G 5.3 and G 6.35 (35W max per bird).
    Image courtesy of Atelier Areti.

     

    Atelier Areti Lighting | Yellowtrace.

    Two Spheres Pendant. Powder coated metal, glass spheres, brass joint, available in black / white.
    E14 screw base light bulbs.
    Image courtesy of Atelier Areti.

     

    Atelier Areti Lighting | Yellowtrace.

    Mimosa Pendant. Powder coated metal and glass spheres, available in black / white.
    2W warm white LED (per ball).
    Image courtesy of Atelier Areti.

     

    Atelier Areti Lighting | Yellowtrace.

    2 Tubes Floor Lamp. Powder coated metal, available in black / white.
    Double oval peg architectural light. Max. 60W.
    Image courtesy of Atelier Areti.

     

    Atelier Areti Lighting | Yellowtrace.

    Vertical 1 Floor Lamp. Powder coated metal, available in black / white.
    E14 screw base light bulbs.
    Image courtesy of Atelier Areti.

     

    Based between London (UK) and Groningen (NL), Atelier Areti creates beautiful lighting in close collaboration with master craftsmen and manufactures in Germany and Sweden. Formed in 2008 by sisters Gwendolyn and Guillane Kerschbaumer, Atelier Areti was born after years spent at architecture and design offices around the world.

    Gwendolyn and Guillan’s international perspective is evident in their impeccable aesthetic. The Austrian/ French sisters grew up in Austria and Germany. Gwendolyn received a Bachelor in Visual Arts / Sculpture from Duke University, Master in Architecture from Harvard University, followed by Master in Advanced Architectural Studies (building with natural resources) at the ETH in Zurich. Goly! Guillane completed her foundation year at Atelier Albers, Paris and received a DEUG in art history and archaeology from the Sorbonne in Paris. She then went on to study Product Design at Central Saint Martins where she graduated in 2006. Her final year project was a glass light exhibited at 100% East, which led to the development of Areti’s first lighting collection.

    Aterlier Areti exhibited in Milan this year as part of ‘Edit’ by Designjunction. They pretty much had me at brass, black and white, and of-course – those thin black lines. Super beautiful stuff.

     


    [Images courtesy of Atelier Areti.]

     





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