Canadian design studio D’Armes will present its two new lighting collections: The Gigi Collection and the Etat-des-Lieux lighting system.
Studio d’Armes is making up for lost time by presenting its new collections at Design Week in Milan. The brand will present its lighting collections Gigi and Etat-des-lieux which come in different configurations.
Nestled between the lakes and mountains of eastern Canada, D’Armes creates both enigmatic and modern lighting with a poetic allure. Its team of professionals, designers and artisans craft refined, distinct and timeless lighting.
Given the context of global circumstances of last spring, D’Armes unveiled its Gigi collection through virtual means. The brand collaborated with Montreal-based glass blowing studio, Verre d’Onge, to develop two handcrafted, blown glass lamps: the Gigi Grande floor lamp and the Gigi table lamp.
In addition to the Gigis being shown in Milan, the brand is also exhibiting two configurations of Etat-des-Lieux, its new high-end lighting system with an evolving silhouette. Etat-des-Lieux has redefined suspension standards with large conductive bands that support handcrafted blown glass globes. These bands split the landscape at a slant and vertically to construct a daring geometric horizon.
The products can be seen in the Archiproducts Milano space, designed by Studio Salaris who was enthusiastic to try this system and elaborated a masterpiece adapted to the length of the stairwell in the space.