Hermès debuted the fourth edition of its home universe lighting collection, “Hermès en lumière,” at the baroque Palazzo Serbelloni during Milan’s Salon del Mobile.
The French brand displayed three LED lighting collections from its premiere lighting line, which boasted handcrafted detailing, double dimmers, and hidden wire enveloped by the company’s signature leather.
Two ranges of light fixtures fashioned by Italian architect and designer Michele de Lucchi–“Pantographes” and “Harnais”–were created in homage of Hermès’ heritage. The third, designed by French visual artist Yann Kersalé and entitled “La Lanterne d’Hermès,” was inspired by old carriage lamps.
Hermès also revealed re-editions of a bench, chair, and console originally designed by Jean-Michel Frank for the brand in 1926, and presented a new Jardin D’Osier Imprimé silk fabric and wallpaper along with bespoke items from “Curiosités d’ Hermès,” a series of three furniture pieces inspired by the “cabinets of old.”