Thierry Dreyfus’ Wall Rupture at Atrium

This September, Atrium, one of the most respected names in the lighting world, will host the UK launch of French designer Thierry Dreyfus’s dramatic Wall Rupture for Flos as part of the 2011 London Design Festival.

Originally introduced at Euroluce in Milan this year as an exciting addition to Flos’s innovative Soft Architecture range, Wall Rupture has swiftly become one of the most talked about launches.  Described by Wallpaper* magazine as a ‘knockout’, Wall Rupture appears  as a fissure within a wall’s surface, releasing a beam of jagged, radiant light produced by concealed LED light sources. The piece involves the tearing effect that Dreyfus first explored in ‘Hommage’, a limited-edition aluminium table released at Art Basel Miami Beach, featuring a dramatic golden crack in its surface. Evocative of a volcanic eruption or earthquake, Dreyfus has drawn on the world of contemporary art to create a striking sculptural light installation. Wall Rupture has two finishes: gold and silver, and, like all the Soft Architecture range, it uses LED powered lighting units.

For Atrium the installation of Wall Rupture in its newly refurbished showroom located by CentrePoint in London will be a highlight of its already comprehensive collection of Flos lights from both architectural and the Soft Architecture ranges.

 

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