Lacelamps by Linlin and Pierre-Yves Jacques Cast Intricate Shadows

By: Meghan Young - Nov 4, 2014
References: lpjacques & contemporist
Lamplace is the name of a decorative lighting option that people will either love or hate. It will illicit this extreme response because of its unique look and overt femininity, which it manages to tame with a simple black and white colorway. As its name suggests, the decorative lighting fixture incorporates a lacy aesthetic that is intricately cutout at either the mouth or the base, depending on whether it is a table or ceiling lamp.

When lit, the decorative lighting casts an equally intricate pattern against the wall, which is stunning to witness. The decorative lighting was designed by artists Linlin and Pierre-Yves Jacques. About their design, they write, "The luminous evening projections have been designed to offer a soothing and enveloping atmosphere at once. Their broadcasts impregnate the interior and creates a new dimension!"