As suggested by its name, Wallie is a wall lamp, but also a kind of papier collé to be built up, level by level. The plates are made of glossy or matt varnished steel and brass, curved like cloth, with tiny little square and round holes, nearly invisible, dancing in a sophisticated and amusing game of shapes. The cylinders are cut in halves, with folded surfaces like concave mirrors, creating the illusion of an absolute front cube communicating in an equilibrium that seems about to lose itself.
The piece arrives in brass, textured black, and glossy black, or brass, glossy white, and black. It five G9 LED bulbs of max 3W.
With the strength of the optimism of 1950s design and a solid industrial certainty, Wallie explodes like a firework and it comes in a range of variations; the chandelier, the table lamps, the appliques, and the floor lamp explore and define the various functions of use. They are sophisticated extensions that are formally similar and they proudly maintain their identity.