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LV-426 with 3 DiffusersBy William Guillon

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US$ 14,190



Material: Brass

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Dimensions: 135cm (H) x 60cm (W) / 53.1" (H) x 23.6" (W)

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This item has a production lead time of 12 weeks.


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Artist Statement


The pieces are made in cast bronze and it is one-of-a-kind with bespoke dimensions.

LV426 refers to the name of the planet visited by the crew in the Alien movie. William has been obsessed by space and science- fiction ever since he was a child. The universe created by HR Giger and Moebius has had a very strong impact on his vision, and this is his tribute to them. With this creation referring to their work, he wants to make their universe accessible and to arouse curiosity towards this very peculiar aesthetic. In those pieces, one might see tortuous tree branches, or even fruit grapes. In his mind, it’s an interpretation of the Alien’s creature structure.
This collection in all its complexity required several months of development. As in the Sweet Thing collection, each piece is sculpted by hand by the artist before it is cast in bronze in a French foundry. All the pieces are unique and their shapes, finishes (patina and polish) can be adapted and customized on demand. The lampshades are made in a porcelain workshop in Limoges, the city which historically beholds the highest expertise and skills in this field. Each porcelain cocoon is handmade, they are all unique and diffuse a soft and warm light to the room.


Artist Profile

Born: 1990
Hometown: France
Based in: Bordeaux

William Guillon is a French Designer and Art Director based in Bordeaux, focused on one-of-a-kind lightings and accessories.. His work draws influence from his obsession for unconventional beauty which is reflected by radical and organic creations. His aesthetic is rooted in an innovative exploration of traditional craftsmanship combined with a …


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