Inspired by the oil lamps of the eighteenth century, ARGAND offers the possibility to modulate the intensity of light with poetry as needed. The object is composed of a pink gold plated brass base, a LED module, and a borosilicate glass cylinder. This contemporary table lamp revisits the mechanism of wick-lift by replacing it with a glass tube incorporating three LED strips. When the knob turns, a rack reveals or hides the mobile lighting tube. The name ARGAND refers to the Swiss physicist Ami Argand who invented the burner with double airflow and cylindrical wick in 1783.
Photos : © Stéphanie Derouaux