The Poetic Magic of Etat-des-Lieux Lighting

The Studio d’Armes is surrounded by picturesque scenery, and the view of the view inspired Etat-des-Lieux, a modular lighting system with a variable silhouette. With practically unlimited light and shape options, its versatile structure can accommodate any space it inhabits, whether public or private. In its most minimal form, Etat-des-Lieux consists of a foundation and a light module. It can then grow in any direction, and adding multiple light modules definitely creates a distinctive focal point in any room.

Photo: Laurier Verdaguer

Etat-des-Lieux is the only lighting system that has a wide, flexible and conductive cable as a power source that also bears its weight. The flexibility of the cable is kept in matte black and allows you to play with geometry and tension in order to find the ideal lighting configuration. The hand-blown glass ball is available in four colors – transparent, pink, gray and amber – in clear or matt versions. The globe houses the light module and can be positioned so that the light is directed upwards or downwards towards the ceiling.

Table and chairs in the living room

Photo: Laurier Verdaguer

Window view

Photo: Laurier Verdaguer

Pendant lamp detail

Photo: Laurier Verdaguer

Pendant lamp

Pendant lamp

Pendant lamp

Pendant lamp

Pendant lamp

Pendant lamp

Pendant lamp

Pendant lamp

Pendant lamp

Pendant lamp

Weapons studio

Studio d’Armes Photo: Annie Rossano

To learn more about Etat-des-Lieux, visit darmes.ca.

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