In honour of the 140th anniversary of the Maison Daum, the crystal manufacturer wished to reinterpret its renowned iconic lamp, the “Lampe Champignon”. Baptised Résonance and edited in a numbered series, this magnificent lamp of round forms unveils a new contemporary design. It is declined in 4 different colours: Boreal green, ink blue, Paris grey, and rosewood red.
In the 19th century, multiplying inventions and patents, Daum would be the first to dress electric light with glass, in association with the artists of the time, such as Majorelle, or the talented designer Henry Bergé, the talented men that established the famous “Ecole de Nancy”.
This collection, a symbol of creativity and savoir-faire, perfectly reflects the work of the “pâte de cristal” of the Daum atelier at Nancy. The frame in champagne coloured metal, adds a touch of elegance and modernity to this collection. The light allows the crystal to be revealed through its soft and lively colours. Through its LED light, the lamp unveils a shower of bubbles engraved in the lamp-shade. Loyal to its DNA, the Manufacturer continues to take part in the history of Design.