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Mainly intended for high-end hotels, Monark was created by Léon De Coninck, a graduate of the Nantes School of Design. As unique as it is timeless, its clean lines and functionality make it a minimalist object that irremediably attracts the eye ...

For silhouette, a gray concrete base, a polished brass metal structure, a blue textile cord and a round luminous head in opal glass… Beyond this design thought to be attractive in its simplicity, Monark also seduces with its unique functionality of its kind: a cord that plays with the variators… An unprecedented experience, the result of long work by the Brossier Saderne design office. And, ultimately, a designer light that is reminiscent of ancient objects such as the bow or the lyre ...

To turn it on or off, just pull the smart cord up. In blue textile and mixed with the gilding of the brass of the structure, and the milky white of the glass which illuminates, it participates in the majestic aspect of Monark which takes us back almost to this time when the crowns were enthroned on the heads, where the chappes dressed kings ... 

Flexible and robust, the elements that make up the lamp harmoniously match. To the concrete, raw and imposing, are thus added more refined materials which make Monark a sublime piece capable of warming the space and giving free rein to all decorative inspirations ...

About Brossier Saderne: 
The history of the company begins in the 80s with the meeting of two cabinet makers, Jean Brossier and Claude Saderne, and continues with the takeover in February 2020 by Laure Bignon. In addition to tailor-made creations, Brossier Saderne is developing a whole range of lighting dedicated to the hotel and catering sector, healthcare establishments and senior residences, holiday villages, cruise ships and the layout of shops. and offices ...

Editor's choice:
Singularity, aesthetics and technicality. Three terms that perfectly define the Monark lamp by Brossier Saderne. Muuuz's editorial staff were convinced and therefore named her the winner of the 2021 edition in the “Lighting / Lamp” category.


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To learn more, visit the Brossier Saderne site.

 

 

 

 

 



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