Inspired by topiary sculptures, the designers at Maison Forestier in Paris have tried to bring botanical art inside through the medium of light design. When Bernard Forestier first established Maison Forestier in 1992, he was inspired by French gardens. He was fascinated by the meeting of nature and design in impressive hedges and trees shaped like sculptures—and with these impressive French gardens in mind, he started working towards creating lamps with rusty metal, zinc, and iron. These days, the business is a design collective that gives the designers carte blanche to design whatever they want as long as it challenges and reinvents—that said, the artists at Forestier still tend to be transparent in their designs.
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