It is in the 18th century, also called the “Age of Enlightenment”, that France influences and inspires the decorative arts. New private mansions are built where candlelight suspensions “shine” as never before, becoming fundamental elements of the décor.
Sylvie Maréchal revisits and reinvents them. She breaks from the heavy structures of the 18th century and combines porcelain “biscuit” with LED, French tradition and 21st century technology. She only keeps the decorative elements, the dangling chandelier drops, that she enlightens.
Associated with each other, the drops “float” and redesign the classical and contemporary luster, signing airy suspensions that are strong and light, brilliant and fluid that swing with the movement of the air.