Petit Trianon is a pendant lamp which reconciles opposites: Artecnica combines weightless, modern material with luxurious shapes and detailed production. This creates a very characteristic light.
The palace of Versailles was the inspiration for the Petit Trianon pendant lamp by Artecnica. Designer Paula Arntzen was inspired by the artistic splendour of the pleasure palace, without losing track of its essence: Petit Trianon is detailed without sacrificing a subdued nature or creating a decadent appearance.
Light is emitted through a chessboard-like pattern, while the basic shape of the pendant lamp is soft, opulent and harmonious. An almost chandelier-like effect emerges as a result, combining direct and indirect light. This lavish impression contrasts with the production from the modern, paper-like material Tyvek, which adds a weightless and playful component to the Petit Trianon.