• FOLIA

    3-LIGHT RIGHT UNIT WHITE WOOD SCONCE

  • For the first time ever, Saint-Louis has developed a modular system of contemporary lighting. As with the timeless Royal chandeliers, this new category of products offers customers an abundance of different options. Each unit can be used as a pendant light, sconce or ceiling light thanks to two suspension systems: offset with cables, or installed directly on the surface of the wall (the modules have a specific code according to the type of fixings).

    *Product reference given as an indication and likely to be adjusted according to the local specifications required by the country of destination

    Also existing in other finishes: dark wood, brushed brass / clear wood, brushed brass

  • Product reference
    8Y031R2800

Collection Folia

All pieces in the cross-disciplinary Folia collection echo the forest surrounding the Saint-Louis manufacture. It was there that Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance found his inspiration, and decided to combine the radiance of crystal with the strength of ash wood. Folia is a tribute to the leaves of the Moselle forest and an ode to creative folly. Twenty-five pieces of tableware, decoration, lighting and furniture. A contemporary vision of nature.

 

The Folia collection meets multiple requirements:

  • The variety of product types: sconce, ceiling light, chandelier, portable lamp and modular system.
  • The role of lighting in a space: short, high, low, long, wide.
  • The way it is affixed: ceiling or pendant lights, sconces.
  • The finishes: crystal, wood in several shades, and metal.
More Information
Collection FOLIA
Color CLEAR
Design CONTEMPORARY
Designer NOE DUCHAUFOUR LAWRENCE
Size Unique
Lighting regulations Replaceable light source by an end-user
Dimensions
Height 5.5 in
Width 11.8 in
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