Table Lamp with Folded Lampshade
Caché is French and means hidden. The name refers to the almost hidden, hand-folded lampshade by Le Klint, which is elegantly surrounded by an outer shell, thus placing subtle, yet artistic accents.
Lights by Jean Nouvel
The Chaché Table Lamp with its partly hidden lampshade comes from the same lighting collection as the pendant lamps, table lamps and floor lamps designed by Aurélien Barby, a former student of the famous architect Jean Nouvel.
Characterized by a delicate and elegant design, the Caché lamp is a particularly timeless piece marked by modern accents. Available in different colours , the table lamp can be placed on a desk, sideboard or bedside table where it will cast soft pleasant lighting thanks to the pleated diffuser.