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Alaya Wall Sconce (Long) -Open Box

By Jean-François Crochet, from Terzani
$545.00 $1,090.00
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Model
0A60AF3A1- Satin nickel / white glass
Note
Open Box

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Design by Jean-François Crochet.
Imported from Italy.

The Alaya wall sconce features an elegant nickel base and a hand-blown Murano glass diffuser.

Dimensions
  • 8.7"W X 67.7"H X 9.8"Extension
Lamp Type
HALOGEN
Bulbs
1 X 100W R7S linear halogen bulb, not included
Listing
ETL
Notes
ETL Listed.
Item Number
TER-ALAYA-WALL-LONG-OBSP

Available options may differ from photo.

Design by Jean-François Crochet.
Imported from Italy.

The Alaya wall sconce features an elegant nickel base and a hand-blown Murano glass diffuser.

Terzani

Terzani began as a creative design and production laboratory for lighting objects, with roots in the noble craft traditions of wrought iron, carved wood, and Murano glass. In 1985, Sergio Terzani met Jean-Francois Crochet, an experienced Parisian designer. Together, they updated the craft culture, presenting it from a contemporary design angle. The end result has been "Luce Pensata": lamps and objects as lighting sculptures, no longer accessories or cold technical supports, but the animated, vital protagonists of living areas, with a completely original and identifiable character.

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Jean-François Crochet

"I love void and light, but also: a pot on the stove, the wine Bourgogne, kids, women, I'm in love with Taben".—Jean-François Crochet

Born in 1949, he attended some of the finest decorative art schools in Paris. He recalls that "I came across people who put me to work. I designed several fashion boutiques in the 60's "la Gaminerie-Paris", it was still day time. At night I also designed several night clubs: "Le Tiffany", "La nuit des Rois", "Le club Alexandre" in Montreal. I needed to eat well after all....and so I also designed several restaurants and bars in Paris Bastille. Then in 1985 I laid on the beach right next to Sergio Terzani, three tumbles later I was working in his workshop. I believed I designed lamps, I believed I had memory, I got lost in the past to come back to the light with...

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