Modulation Floor Lamps
With its linear design, the Modulation floor lamp dresses your room with its graphic, colourful presence. The simple form, both enigmatic and playful, irresistibly attracts attention and stimulates the imagination. These two folded, interlocking steel tubes evoke industrial pipes, twisted by their deep colour. The two opaline glass globes punctuate the silhouette, providing a soft, warm light. A style both full of fantasy yet refined. All things superfluous have been eliminated to keep only what is essential. The Modulation floor lamp won’t go unnoticed - it will become a centrepiece in your decor.French designer Axel Chay has a knack for developing a daring language of shapes and colours, borrowing here and there, especially from the 80s, like a Julio le Parc curve or the nostalgic silhouette of an Italian terrace on a summer’s evening, which explode into view. A well-intended slap for conventional design and predictable furniture.With its rudimentary curved shape, lost between a feeling of regression and technical distinction, the tube calls out with its power of interpretation.
In 2013, Axel Chay and Marouane Fadki, freshly graduated from business school, decided to create Nova Obiecta: a Marseille design house that offers items and furniture on the border between art and design. Both designers and creators, they design and conceive creations and do their marketing through trade fairs, shows, specialist galleries etc. Their hybrid creations are produced in limited series. Each piece is manufactured or industrialised in France, so the hands or machines behind the objects can come from the aeronautics or nuclear sector, as well as from historical French know-how. 100% made in France combining high technology, in particular for laser cutting, and hand-finishing up to and including tailor-made.