Dina is a sconce originally designed to highlight the Dina Vierny art gallery, located in the Saint-Germain-des-Prés district in Paris.
It now finds its place in the Pouenat collection in order to light up new unique interiors. The Dina collection is expanded with two new models : the large sconce, displaying a more imposing silhouette, and the table lamp, more vertical, with a slender alabaster cup placed on a brass pedestal, like a sculpture. (Info & prices)
It was conceived to stand next to the bronze sculptures of Aristide Maillol and to dialogue with a place steeped in history designed in 1947 by Auguste Perret. The line is very minimalist and quite raw, leaving the material to speak for itself. It is composed of a cube in patinated brass and of turned alabaster cup. This little sconce, because of its size and sculptural nature, becomes a singular piece that suggests composition. Thus, it is perfect as a repetition or in symmetry in order to create delicate rhythms on the walls it adorns.