Samuel Accoceberry : Céleste

French designer Samuel Accoceberry draws inspiration from Chinese flying lanterns to create Celestial, A luminaire that can be used as a ceiling lamp and as a table reading lamp, whose three geometrical elements make it look as minimalist as it is contemporary.

Developed by Bordeaux designer Samuel Accoceberry, winner of the Grand Prix of the City of Paris for all his work in 2013, this lamp, characterized by the softness of its lines, consists of a cylinder and a Metal cone. Its fineness stems from the technique of spinning used which, thanks to a metal disc rotated at high speed, allows the manufacturer to obtain a smooth and flawless surface.


Available in several colors - cream cone and gold cylinder; Golden cone and blue cylinder or cream cone and blue cylinder - the lighting element adapts to any interior, positioned alone, in cluster or on foot.

Edited by LightOnline, the model is available in the DesignerBox collection, created by the company IPC - Iconic Product Collection - which offers design lovers the opportunity to receive an original object each month, designed by a renowned designer.

To learn more, visit The sites of Samuel Accoceberry, DesignerBox et LightOnline.

Photographs: DesignerBox and HeJu

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