Vertigo Nova
Pendant – Floor lamp – Wall lamp


design Constance Guisset, 2021

The Vertigo Nova lamp collection is a natural evolution of the iconic Vertigo pendant lamp, born ten years earlier and which marked the remarkable emergence of the French publishing house Petite Friture in the global design market.

Vertigo Nova is equipped with a more efficient and economical LED circuit light source, hidden by opaline sandblasted blown glass. The light, stronger and softer, sublimates the large radial structure of which we find the graphic lightness.

Like its big sister, Vertigo Nova combines large size, movement, lightness, graphics and elegance. It is available in three suspension, a floor lamp and a wall lamp. Each model is offered in black and white. 

Matières Fiberglass, painted steel, polyurethane, glass triplex
Light source LED integrated 1350 lumens, 10W, 2700K

NOTICE FLOOR LAMPNOTICE PENDANTNOTICE WALL LAMP

Pendants

Ø190 cm – Black
1595 €

Ø190 cm – White
1595 €

Ø140 cm – Black
1425 €

Ø140 cm – White
1425 €

Ø110 cm – Black
1295 €

Ø110 cm – White
1295 €

Wall lamps

Ø110 cm x H104 cm – Black
1795 €

Ø110 cm x H104 cm – White
1795 €

Floor lamps

Ø110 cm x H230 cm – Black
2595 €

Ø110 cm x H230 cm – White
2595 €

Constance Guisset

Born in 1976, Constance Guisset lives and works in Paris. Constance Guisset is a French designer with an original career. After studying economics and business at ESSEC and IEP Paris, then a year at the Parliament of Tokyo, she chose to turn to creation. She graduated in 2007 from ENSCI - Les Ateliers and founded her studio.

She quickly obtains various recognitions such as the Design Grand Prix of the City of Paris in 2008, the Public Prize at the Design Parade of the Villa Noailles in 2009, the title of Designer of the Year at the Maison and Objects Fair and the Audi Talents Awards in 2010.

Her various fields of research led her to work with Petite Friture, Fontana Arte, Molteni ... for product design; with Angelin Preljocaj, Established & Sons and Galeries Lafayette notably in scenography; and with the Musée des Arts Décoratif and the Saint Etienne Design Biennale as a film-maker.