Méne Collection

  • Méne Collection
  • May 2023

 

 

Méne celebrates our sense of awe with the celestial. The objects appear like a lunar apparition, delicately floating in mid-air. Crafted with mouth blown glass, the collection reveals the individual and unique texture of subtly illuminated glass.

 

 

Méne’s rippled form is the result of the studio’s continual experimentations with traditional optic glass blowing techniques and innovative engineering. The result is a one of a kind glass texture within every luminaire produced.

 

 

 

Each glass shade is mouth blown in Australia and hand assembled in our Melbourne based studio. The collection is available in a selection of mouth blown glass finishes combined with a highly refined champagne anodised machined body.

 

LEARN MORE / Méne Glass Making Process

 

 

Launched at TRANSCENDENCE as a part of Milan Design Week 2023.

 

View Méne Table Lamp and Méne Pendant.

 

 

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