Larose Guyon is a high-end design brand from Canada dedicated to hand creation. Recently, Larose Guyon launched a unique product in New York that combines jewelry and lighting design and named it Coco.
This luminaire consists of 10 hand-blown circular light sources that look like a string of warm pearl necklaces. Coco's naming also pays tribute to the elegant aesthetics of Gabrielle Chanel.
Audrée L. Larose, co-founder of Larose Guyon, said: “Coco can be seen as a metaphor for Paris in the 19th century. Like Gabrielle Chanel, we hope to evoke the sense of elegance and grandeur through its light, delicate and beautiful features. ”
Inspired by Chanel's jewellery and fashion, Coco is designed like a string of luminous pearl necklaces. Ten hand-blown glass balls are connected in a flexible manner for flexibility. In addition, the weights, hooks, ceiling fasteners and rings that are suspended on the lamp complement each other to meet the balance of problems while meeting a variety of environmental and space needs.