Two Embrun by Ozone wall lights on white walls

Embrun lighting by Etienne Gounot and Eric Jähnke for Ozone

Dezeen Showroom: Etienne Gounot and Eric Jähnke, founders of Parisian lighting brand Ozone, have designed a family of lamps called Embrun that is made from white onyx cut into geometric shapes.

The Embrun collection includes a pendant, vertical sconce and square chandelier, all of which filter light through the textured surface of the stone.

Embrun square chandelier by Ozone in a decorated white living room
The Embrun chandelier has a square shape with rounded edges

"White onyx was chosen for its unique light-diffusing properties and for its spellbinding texture," said Ozone. "Like a stream, it is sometimes bubbling, sometimes fluid and always translucent."

The name Embrun was taken from the French word for sea spray, highlighting the collection's connection to nature.

Embrun wall light on panelled white walls with red tulips
The lighting collection also includes a wall light

The range was made in collaboration with French stone workshop Ateliers Saint-Jacques, which was responsible for carving the onyx into precise shapes.

Embrun lights have rounded corners to soften their geometry and blackened brass hardware that nods to medieval fixtures.

Product: Embrun
Designers: Etienne Gounot and Eric Jähnke
Brand: Ozone
Contact: [email protected]

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