The work of Nathalie Dewez extends from small objects to monumental installations, from unique pieces to industrial products. Her presence at numerous international shows and exhibitions has led to collaborations with a number of architecture practices as well as international producers such as Hermès (FR), Habitat (UK), Ligne Roset (FR), De Castelli (IT) & Vervloet (BE).
Nathalie is a designer whose main medium is light and whose materials vary between metal, glass and other long-lasting medium, whether designing light fixtures, objects, furnishings or large-scale sculptures. Her designs reveal the passion for sculptural shapes and superior craftsmanship. Some of her iconic pieces have been awarded several times. In 2011 she received the ‘Design Pierre Bergé Foundation’ award and the same year she was nominated Belgian Designer of the Year.
Design by Nathalie Dewez & Delta Light
The Still lamp works as a mobile. This pendant lamp has the particularity of having the light source off-center from its point of suspension, creating an ever-changing elegant dynamic. Due to its big length it dresses and emphasizes a space, without the clutter.
“I always liked to play with counterweights to create movement and tension in my products. With the Still lamp, the rod of metal that creates the balance has the same diameter as the tube welcoming the cable. Screwed together, they create a perfect line and allow easy packing when separated.”
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