Studio David Pompa – Meta Parallel black 142 – LES VRAIS
Meta Parallel black 142 suspends its elements in a horizontal plane. Thus, the metal element becomes a new visual object that reinforces balance and tension.
The lighting object reunites in a new kind of relationships, the beauty of geometry and the roughness of rock into an aesthetically audacious and poetic form.
So much that, the canopy starts a conversation between function and aesthetics, creating a unique integrated piece.
This way, a sculpture with its own language is created.
The Meta Parallel lamps are defined by their elegant, minimalist form that reinforces the visual interplay of balance and tension.
Two columns made from natural stone, are connected by a single horizontal metal element.
The Meta Parallel black uses Recinto, also known as volcanic rock, while Meta Parallel brass and white use Fiorito,
a light gray natural stone quarried in Puebla, Mexico, for the columns.
These two materials give the lighting a natural, porous texture of discreet luxury.
In addition, several Meta Parallel lamps can be combined to create an installation-like sculpture, as shown below.
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