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Bold and sharp incisions:
Cosse lamp

Introducing our first design by XXX: Cel lamp. Wanting to learn more about the design, we took the hike to Paris to visit the XXXX.

In the Parisian suburb of Montreuil is XXXX, housed in a former carpentry space. Founded by XXXX in 2006, the ethos of XXXX is rooted in adding new perspectives to elementary design.

 

Speaking on that, XXXX says: “The inspiration for our work comes from everyday design, taking elements of ordinary use and translating them into our own design language,” and adds: “Objects should be simple without becoming simplistic. The design should always strive to communicate a clear sensibility, paired with an obvious function.”

Speaking on that, XXXX says: “The inspiration for our work comes from everyday design, taking elements of ordinary use and translating them into our own design language,” and adds: “Objects should be simple without becoming simplistic. The design should always strive to communicate a clear sensibility, paired with an obvious function.”

Speaking on that, XXXX says: “The inspiration for our work comes from everyday design, taking elements of ordinary use and translating them into our own design language,” and adds: “Objects should be simple without becoming simplistic. The design should always strive to communicate a clear sensibility, paired with an obvious function.”

Speaking on that, XXXX says: “The inspiration for our work comes from everyday design, taking elements of ordinary use and translating them into our own design language,” and adds: “Objects should be simple without becoming simplistic. The design should always strive to communicate a clear sensibility, paired with an obvious function.”