Kazimir Chandelier 


The Kazimir Chandelier by new york based studio Ladies & Gentlemen is now available at Triode (Paris). Kasimir was inspired by the late 1800 Russian artist, Kazimir Malevich, who created paintings often composed of flat, abstract areas of multi-layered shapes and compositions. Like his work, the Kazimir fixture is the result of the designers increased experimentation with “complexity & layering”, geometric abstraction and minimalism.

Posted 22 February 2017

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Kazimir explores an “elemental complexity” through a 3 piece collage of textured and dichroic plate glass shapes arranged around an illuminated triangular frame. The resulting arrangement celebrates layering of shape, texture, color, and effect. “Complexity” lies at the intersection of the three elemental forms and invites one to see how the composition transforms.
Kazimir is made and manufactured by Roll & Hill and available through L&G Studio.
About Triode
For over ten years, Triode, located on rue Jacob, has presented a unique range of furniture and lighting, along with contemporary installations, mainly by American designers, as well as the re-editions of iconic modernist designers, most notably Finn Juhl. This eclectic yet intuitive selection that includes American Design, the re-editions of Finn Juhl, Sergio Rodrigues, and Richard Neutra, as well as a line of limited edition lighting, defines the singular vision that is Triode. Triode offers its clients a warm and friendly atmosphere and seeks to meet their needs with a personal and attentive service.
The opening of Triode was for Jacques Barret the culmination of a rich and varied career in which design, particularly furniture and lighting, have always played an essential role. With a degree in Horticultural Engineering, he actively began his career in the design world at the legendary Saint Ouen flea markets before opening his own architecture and landscaping firm, where he worked with some of the top architects in France and internationally. After writing a book, he taught at the School of Architecture and served as a consultant for the French government, before deciding to pursue his passion for design by opening the showroom in Saint Germain des Prés, a reflection of his taste and experience.
28 rue Jacob
75006 Paris

Kazimir Chandelier 

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