Evoking a metallic industrial architecture by its silhouette, Moon moves in balance in space and refines itself until its ends which confers to him luminous and colored points of reflections.
This one has three lamps, two of which are satellites that articule around a central axis. It also plays o
n the contrasts, be it on its construction, between industrial ironwork and art ironwork, but also in rhythm and materials.
The entire steel structure has an oiled finish and silky touch. The ends are made of copper and brass gilded with pure gold.
It is made jointly by the Atelier Bruce Cecere, art ironworker, and drawn by Samuel Accoceberry.