The press talks about CVL
In Marie-Claire Home, CVL Luminaires takes place aboard the most legendary train
The press talk about CVL : in October 2021, Marie-Claire Home devoted ten pages to in vogue decorative lighting. What a mythical setting to highlight all the lighting! During the shoot, the Orient-Express becomes the staging area for around twenty decorative lighting models. Two table lamps from the CVL Contract collection are featured, enough to catch the eye of experts in interior design! In the chic and cozy Art Deco decor of the Orient-Express sits the “Storm” table lamp, 26 cm in satin graphite, the “Storm” 32 cm in satin solid brass lamp, the “Wonder XL” and “Wonder XS” tables lamps in solid brass and painted steel. These lights, designed by Emilie Cathelineau, blend into the scene with an undeniable naturalness, making us travel through time.
Art & Décoration magazine introduces light sculptors, CVL Luminaires is one of them
“Louis XS” and “Louis XL” take the place of honor in Art & Décoration. Poetry and softness, are the terms used in the magazine to describe the “Louis” pendant light. This collection imagined by Emilie Cathelineau, designer integrated at CVL since 2003, is inspired by the famous jazz artist. This pendant allows you to create as many trumpet compositions as you wish, with a mix of different finishes: brass, graphite, nickel or copper, always in satin. In this October 2021 issue, CVL Luminaires is featured alongside other big names in lighting: Beau et Bien, le Studio Mydriaz, Jean Perzel, Semeur d’étoiles, Sammode Studio, Atelier Alain Allouz. In barely 10 years in the design industry, CVL now has its own place among the craftsmen who create unique lighting thanks to its range of “Contract” products.
The press talks about CVL: Cercle & Trait was in the home diary at Amandine and Sébastien Coquerels’
Amandine and Sébastien Coquerel from the architectural real estate agency ARCHIK are passionate about art and design. Together, they approach real estate according to their architectural aspects. Their concept is to shape interiors through the volume of the place, the light that inhabits them and the choice of materials. For the renovation of this former fisherman’s house near the Calanques (rocky inlets) of Marseille, they combined built-in furniture, vintage pieces and contemporary design. The common thread is the selection of raw, beautiful and noble materials such as solid wood, terracotta, marble or brass. One of the major pieces floating above the dining room is the “Cercle et Trait” pendant designed by Studio Pool for CVL. Light, graphic and elegant, in solid satin brass, the light lets air circulate in the deliberately open-plan living spaces: the focus of this renovation.