Designed by Jean-Marie Massaud and produced exclusively by hand by the master glassmakers of Murano, the Alma, Dido, Fede and Holly lamps (floor and table) stylishly light up the spaces of the contemporary home. Five light sculptures exalted by the purity of blown glass.
The Alma lamp, made entirely of glass with striped processing, is composed of two glass bells placed on top of one another to form a luminous hourglass. Dido has a transparent glass base, Fede a lacquered metal base upholstered externally with a necklace of transparent glass bubbles. The Holly lamp has a lacquered metal base with an external transparent glass silhouette, characterised by soft and sleek lines, that forms a stylised female profile. The Holly table lamp has a burnished steel base with stem in brushed stainless steel and external profile in transparent glass. The elements that join the base and the stem and the stem and the bulb socket are in burnished brass. The lampshades of the Dido, Fede and Holly lamps have two layers - canvas on the outside and PVC on the inside.
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Architect, designer and inventor, Jean-Marie Massaud seeks to only create designs that question established expectations and subvert trends and preconceptions.
Born in Toulouse, France in 1966, he graduated from the École Nationale Supérieur de Création Industrielle - Les Ateliers, Paris in 1990.
He founded Studio Massaud in 2000 with Daniel Pouzet and His approach is centred on the search for a pure aesthetic, where the individuals’ needs are always paramount.
To date, he has worked for prestigious companies such as, Offecct, Cappellini, Poltrona Frau and Cassina, and luxury brands Armani, Lancôme and Baccarat. In 2000 he founded Studio Massaud with Daniel Pouzet and orientated his activity towards architectural projects alongside furniture and industrial products design.
Although most well known for his furniture designs, such as the Outline easy chair for Cassina, the Archibald A easy chair for Poltrona Frau, the Bond chair for Offecct and the Jackie bed for Poltrona Frau, the studio has also reinvented the architectural brand images of Lancôme and Renault and has directed large-scale projects such as: the Tanabe House (Fukuoka, Japan), a 50,000 seat stadium in Guadalajara, Mexico.