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Sainte Atelier Collection

Sainte’s Atelier Series is scaled for large spaces and high ceilings—composed of boldly hued laminated glass panels with pronounced presence and weight. The dynamic colour options for this series harken a sense of majesty: lighting that creates a spectacle. A removable aluminum lightbox rests within the transparent glass and can be flipped around, allowing to cast light up or down.
Created in collaboration with Canadian designer Rachel Bussin.

Made by Lambert & Fils

The poetry of materials.
Encounters of technology and design.

Founded in 2010, Lambert & Fils is a contemporary lighting studio that creates original collections and collaborates with emerging designers around the world. Preserving the bond between design and making, all lighting is handmade in the Lambert & Fils atelier in the heart of Montreal. 

Through its exploration of new design technologies, Lambert & Fils investigates the many shapes of light—meditating on voids, volumes and the importance of matiere premiere—materials as a point of origin. The studio has created installations around the world, taking over display windows for Paris Design Week, hosting a six-day pop-up café for Milan’s Fuorisalone, and devising a grand floral installation at Stockholm Design Week. 

Like the studio itself, these explorations trace where the unexpected meets the universally poetic—and where humility meets complex design.




For more detailed information, please click the links below:

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Materials & Options





Extra clear

Grass green






Beige or Black Nylon Ribbon

Aluminum polished light block, anchor system and
ceiling anchors
Polyester laminated glass (one side)
Nylon ribbon
PMMA frosted diffuser


120-277V: On/Off, 0-10V, Phase Dimming (120V only)

Contact Us

Contact Hollace Cluny for more information at 416 968 7894 or send us an inquiry.

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