Lumière Bricoleur was founded in 2019 with a desire to explore the poetry of light and space.
Our first collection was a series of one of a kind copper lamps made from upcycled copper sourced from local scrap yards in Copenhagen.
Expanding our work to light installations, interior design and exploring the possibilities with recycled acrylics, and falling in love with the material.
The aesthetics of Lumière Bricoleur is a reflection of our philosophy, where we combine and fuse the best ideas from the East and West in a contemporary hybrid. We’ve taken our lessons from artistic and aesthetics movements throughout history, such as Japanese Wabi-sabi and the California “Light and Space Movement”.
Our name is a homage to Einstein’s theory of relativity, which found light to be at the center of the structure between time and space, alongside the famous French anthropologist Lévi-Strauss concept bricolage. This is the foundation of the creative process behind our work, where materials are upcycled, conjuring novel constellations at the intersection of art and design.
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TABLEAU created the exhibition design for One&Twenty, the international competition by the German Design Council aiming to promote young design talent since 2017.
We we're commissioned to create the podiums, showcasing the works of the artists.
Images: Trend Nomad
In extension of Copenhagen based restaurant Babylon’s launch of their supper club concept, connecting it to the infamous nightclub at Søpavillonen (Lake Pavilion), we were tasked to create a sustainable constellation at the intersection of art and design.
Monumental pieces of copper, upcycled from a construction project, was put into play. A sustainable and contemporary solution, which also managed to satisfy the decadent associations brought on by the name, Babylon, aesthetically.