The three-year-old Canadian lighting brand Larose Guyon has launched its second collection of lighting fixtures that can be adapted to a wider range of projects and installations.
Stripped down and no frills, the Royer Collection is set up to emulate lunar phases, but it’s customizable and versatile, the company says. With seven products in the line, it allows designers to make use of their creations on walls, above a kitchen island or a dining table, as a great hall chandelier, around a bathroom mirror, or above a bathtub.
“You can even create your own fixture by adding or removing elements,” the company says. “This collection’s endless possibilities are what makes it a choice reference for projects big and small. Besides being available in different standard finishes such as matte black or white and satin copper or brass, these high-end luminaires can also be made to cater to the client’s specific needs.”
Prices for the new collection vary from $770 to $6,500.