Design Miami/ 2021 Spotlights Socially Conscious Designs
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Flowers also claim the center stage in the first time exhibitor PELLE’s booth. The Brooklyn-based lighting design studio dazzles in its Miami debut with four distinct lighting structures decorated with timeless aesthetic of botanical patterns. The husband and wife duo Jean and Oliver Pelle join forces in each piece and marry Jean’s interest in organic forms with Oliver’s fascination for contemporary lighting techniques. A standout is Nana Lure Chandelier, replicating a large plant with generously bloomed leaves. Hand-cast by Jean Pelle, cotton linter petals and the stem hold delicate light fixtures that demonstrate the potential of cotton paper, a material that the studio has been exploring for five years. Spring colors are celebrated in Lure Eden Mirror Post and Light which carries cast cotton flowers with lights surrounding the mirror in the middle.