Francois Bazin Studio - Greffe wall light
Luminous glass tube is grafted onto wooden wall mount
The long glowing tube of this linear wall light compliments the softness of its hand-carved wooden bracket, created and produced by French designer Francois Bazin.
The wall mount is a vertical half of a wooden cylinder so its flat side sits flush to the wall. Its curved side echoes the rounded body of the opaque glass tube and features linear grooves that follow the straight lines of the light. There’s a small wooden block between the mount and the light that creates space between their curved sides.
You can choose between amber walnut or ivory lacquered oak for the wooden parts.
It’s named Greffe after the French word for graft, which refers to the horticultural technique of joining two plants together so they appear to grow as one.
Author: Femke Gow
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