“Lighting that does not scream for attention and does not take up too much space, but makes a simple statement thanks to its subtle nature: I just couldn’t find it,” explains designer Anita Le Grelle.
“I began experimenting in my workshop with different strips of stoneware clay. I laid one over the over, linked them up. This is how I finally ended up with Louis and Jack, two complementary, yet different wall lamps made of stoneware, each with their own personality.
Louis and Jack. These are not only the names of her 32-year-old twin sons, but also the names chosen for the two new wall lamps crafted by Anita Le Grelle for Serax.
Not only do they disperse indirect light upwards and downwards, they also emit light via the openings between the connections, each in their own way, each with the same subtlety. They certainly look lovely paired up on your wall, but of course you can also use one lamp on its own, or two of the same.