No question of Vincent Tordjman designing
just another floor lamp or limiting himself to an
exploration of shapes, whether attractive or new. His intention to create quasi-cinematic lighting
by reflecting light in two opposite directions
onto each face of a reflective screen translates
into an object, the minimalist treatment of
which (two small projector tubes at the end of a
spindly support) results in much more than just
a floor lamp: it is a hybrid, surrealist creation,
somewhat fantastic, which hints at the poetry of
an Ingo Maurer rather than being just a simple
piece of lighting.
In 2017, the Skia range is extended to include a suspended light.
Floor lamp with steel base and stem finished in
Two projector tubes with LEDs, the light from
which reflects onto each face of a central
reflective screen ´ 44 made from Epoxy white
lacquered aluminium rendered iridescent by
the addition to the lacquer of metallic particles.
Black electric cable. Foot-operated switch
The suspended light is constructed according
to the same principle. It is hung from a 150 cm
steel wire (with Coulistop); transparent electric
cable; Epoxy white lacquered ceiling fitting
H 3.5 Ø 13.