Hermès launched its fourth edition of ‘home universe’ collection, Hermès en lumière, at the baroque Palazzo Serbelloni during Milan furniture fair. The French luxury brand presented three LED lighting collections as part of its debut lighting line with every detail crafted by hand with double dimmers, hidden wired sheathed in their signature leather.
Italian architect and designer Michele De Lucchi created two ranges of light fixtures- – Pantographes and Harnais to pay homage to Hermès heritage.
Inspired by old carriage lamps, the third modular lighting collection “La Lanterne d’Hermès” has been designed by French visual artist Yann Kersalé.
Hermès also showcased new re-editions of a chair, console and bench by Jean-Michel Frank that were first designed with Hermès in 1926.
Also on display were new Jardin D’Osier Imprimé silk fabric and wallpaper and the bespoke pieces from Curiosités d’ Hermès, a series of three furniture pieces inspired by the “cabinets of old.”
[Via – Pursuitist]