Friday Finds! American Lighting Design in Paris!

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7 Frame Cluster light by Iacoli & McAllister
Photo: Iacoli & McAllister

Here is a sneak peak at some of the lighting design from Brooklyn, NY that will be presented in a special exhibition by Triode Gallery and American Design Friends during Paris Design Week.

Jacques Barret, owner of Triode Gallery, initiated this dialogue between French and American design in 2014.  The objectives of this endeavor includes developing a series of exhibitions and events in Paris around the contemporary design scene across the United States, opening up a dialogue between American and French designers, collectors, and professionals and presenting a context between the new generation of American designers and the historical French designers and movements that have influenced them.
 
Last spring (May 2014) they organized a panel discussion including French designer Noe Duchaufour Lawrance, Parsons Paris, Elle Décor, and Wanted Design NYC founder Odile Hainaut,  that discussed the interesting differences between production modes and the mentality of collectors in America versus France.

It was an enlightening and we anticipate interesting events in a couple of weeks!  Learn more about the exhibition for Design week here. 
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Photo: Roll & Hill

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Closer look at these beautiful lights by Jason Miller.

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Emily Wren Photography

Infinity hand-blown crystal glass light by John Pomp.

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Palindrome 8 by Rich Brilliant Willing

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