100% solid wood
Exclusive custom made glass
A celebration of colour and light
Model: "Chimney Fire"
Wood Tint: Mahogany inspired
Glass colour: Orange. Really orange
LUME 'Chimney Fire' for sure creates a very warming atmosphere.
Model: "Forest Fairy"
Wood Tint: Ebony
Glass colour: Green-blue
A very special wood tint. Created by and for Wabe. Already admired for its deep intensity.
Glass colour: Shimmery Grey
LUME - here in an unlit state and a loyal servant with different storage options.
LUME Model 'Lagon'
Glass colour: Lagoon blue
Holiday feeling - by simply pushing a button.
LUME Model 'Toucher de soleil'
Glass colour: Honey yellow
'Honey yellow' will charme your lovely home even more.
Videos from and with wabe
wabe original at Maison & Objet in Paris
A sentence or two describing this item.
Doris C. Keller
my first true love: colour.
From young age I was fascinated by the power of colour, the beauty stemming from the variety of materials, different cultures and languages and the force that comes from mixing and matching it all. I strongly believe that 1 + 1 can and should always equal 3.
Yet it is not only a creative philosophy. It is also one that strongly guided me throughout more than a decade in international business - and allowed me to visit and love so many different countries and cultures. Whilst seeing the realities of life in ever expanding mega cities on different continents.
Having moved in and out of more than 10 apartments always put me back into the same spot, particularly in London and Paris: I felt that there was never the right furniture to match the realities of apartments in these dense cities.
Either it was super stylish. Or functional. But both? A rare find. And how about colour options on top of that? Colour in combination with high quality material? Even less likely to be found.
Hence, when I last moved flats, I decided to no longer just make individual pieces of furniture for my own use. But to create and share it.
It was an old Parisian window which I found on one rainy day abandoned in the 9th arrondissement of Paris which gave me the spark to do so. But this story is for another time to be told...