Edition of 8+4AP | Signed & Numbered
With the Y lamp, French designer Noé Duchaufour Lawrance offers his sculptural and contemporary interpretation of the Lobi ladder — a traditional and prevalent object used in West Africa, particularly in the Dogon and Lobi cultures. The ladder is traditionally carved from a single piece of wood with a bifurcated end, creating a Y shape. Inspired by the beauty and the simplicity of this purely functional object, Duchaufour Lawrance translated the traditional shape into a symbolic totem of light.
Maison Intègre is an Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso-based bronze workshop fostering the long lineage of craft in West Africa. Founded by Ambre Jarno in 2017, Maison Intègre's Burkinabe artisans carry on the lost wax bronze casting technique that has largely remained unchanged since its inception millennia ago. The atelier invites contemporary designers to create individual pieces or cohesive collections. For Maison Intègre’s inaugural editions, Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance has created a series of seven sculpture pieces that embody and draw inspiration from the architecture and design of Burkina Faso.
Cast Recycled Bronze w/ Brushed Brass Patina
*Bespoke patinas, textures and finishes available upon request
Includes bespoke hardware to mount on wall. Wall mounting not required, but recommended to ensure stability of the leaning piece.
GU10 Base, 5.5 Watt, 350 Lumens, LED filament. Parathom® Dim from Osram Recommended.
L 19.7 x W 3.9 x H 65 in
L 50 x W 10 x H 165 cm