Twentieth welcomes Larose Guyon
Once in a while a line comes along, seemingly out of nowhere, that grabs your imagination. This is one of those! --Stefan
Twentieth is proud to exclusively represent Larose Guyon in Los Angeles
Verchères, a small picturesque village along the St. Lawrence River near Montreal is the home of Larose Guyon, the company founded by Audrée L. Larose and Félix Guyon. Together they work with luxury materials to yield highly original lighting fixtures that possess a keen attention to detail. Their versatile, customizable designs are as much about the warmth and quality of the light as the object itself.
Liane is a part of La Belle Époque collection which revisits the elegance of the late nineteenth century with artisanal metal objects. The designs recall machinery from the same era re-contextualized to fit into a modern luxury aesthetic.
In contrast to La Belle Époque collection, Le Royer focuses on simplicity through a modern lens. All frills have been dialed down to reveal a smooth and minimal structure. Available in numerous custom configurations.
The Otero chandelier, named after Spanish-Parisian dancer and courtesan Caroline "La Belle" Otéro, is another object in the collection La Belle Époque. Fine metal chains add shimmering layers of detail that are both elegant and imposing, channeling Caroline Otero's exotic style and passion for jewelry.
Hand-blown glass balls sit atop a brass bar to create a minimal and elegant suspended lighting statement. Available in single, double, and triple globe designs.
All lighting designs are available in copper, brass, black & nickel.
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