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©Laura Cambon
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Laura Cambon

  • Glass sculptor
  • Magescq, France
  • Rising Star
Laura Cambon Glass sculptor
Contact
French, English
Hours:
By appointment only
Phone:
+33 689220547
©Laura Cambon

Glass making meets contemporary design

  • • Laura innovated with a flexible mesh system in glass
  • • Her designs are custom-made for interior spaces
  • • She has been awarded several times as a young talent

Drawing on her professional experience as an interior designer, Laura Cambon offers a new interpretation of glass making. The young designer focuses her approach on the spatial dimension of the material: by exploring its light, transparency and opacity, she creates contemporary decorative elements for indoor spaces. She has notably innovated with an assembly technique that allows her to create modular panels and light fixtures made of glass and metal mesh. Laura's passion for fine art glass arose from her time as an interior designer at Maison Lalique, a famous French manufacturer with the greatest glassmaking tradition. Since 2019, she has been working independently, exploring her distinctive practice that merges traditional know-how with digital tools.

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Works

  • ©Laura Cambon
  • ©Laura Cambon
  • ©Laura Cambon
  • ©Laura Cambon
  • ©Laura Cambon
Photo: ©Laura Cambon
Clouds

This decorative panel inserted in a copper frame was custom made for a window in an Haussman-style property in Paris. The mesh is designed by assembling multiple triangular glass modules of different colours to create a cloud-inspired pattern.

Height 170 cm
Width 36 cm

Photo: ©Laura Cambon
Cloud wall sconce

Cloud wall sconce is made of glass and copper mesh. It can be combined with other lamps in order to create a luminous mural decoration for a cloud- inspired wall. The object is available in different shapes and sizes.

Height 48 cm
Width 70 cm

Photo: ©Laura Cambon
Clouds panel and wall sconces

This glass mesh panel has been hung like a curtain in a living room to create a semi-transparent aerial partition. Two matching wall sconces extend its pattern onto the wall. The mesh is crafted by assembling multiple triangular glass modules in different colours, creating a cloud-inspired pattern.

Photo: ©Laura Cambon
Foliage panel

Made of glass and metal, Foliage is a decorative panel featuring a leaf pattern. It creates an ornamental decoration with an openwork design in the form of a screen wall. The panel can be used in a variety of interior design applications.

Height 150 cm
Width 50 cm

Photo: ©Laura Cambon
Glass laces

A delicately crafted piece, this decorative bowl is made of sandblasted glass featuring a pattern of seaweed branches. The placement and cutting of the branches, that emerge at the edge of the cup, evoke the character of lace.

Diameter 30 cm

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