– Bloom Sushi

2022 – Laboratoire Textile x Atelier Zebulon Perron

Located at Place des Festivals in Montreal, the restaurant Bloom Sushi was designed byAtelier Zebulon Perronrenowned for its elegant bar and restaurant fittings. Four examples of the lampe N°135 alongside local creations such as paper sculptures by Pauline Loctin and wallpaper by Walls of Ivy in a soft, colorful environment.

– C2 Mtl

2022 – Nuages

The team of C2 Montréal trusted Laboratoire Textile to bring two geometric clouds to life on the main stage of the Fairmount Queen Elizabeth Hotel. Composed of 480 triangles cut, folded and assembled by hand, this technical challenge allowed Laboratoire Textile to explore new territory.

Photo: C2 Montréal
Conception: C2 Montréal

– The crows

2015 – costume pour Klô Pelgag.

Costume design and creation for Klô Pelgag's "Les Corbeaux" video clip.
These devoured ramie veil adornments were created using artisanal screen printing techniques.

Fidèle à l’univers mystérieux, ludique, et souvent surréaliste de Klô Plegag, cette immense collerette contient des motifs cachés de fraises, de bananes, de beignes et de crème glacée.

Before focusing on lighting fixtures, Laboratoire Textile explored the textile material through several research projects, enabling it to appropriate its medium and collaborate with other creative universes such as documentaries and video clips.

Video production: BAZ
Production: Roméo & Fils

– Exposition Universelle de Shanghai

2010 – Motif architectural

Lucie Leroux began her career in lighting by working for the CNRS at the Laboratoire des Sciences de l'Habitat, more specifically in 3D modeling of architectural lighting renderings. This seemingly highly technical job, far removed from the material, was her first contact with light and pattern.

As project manager for the UBPA (best urban practices) zone at the Shanghai World Expo 2010, her role was to turn the vision of lighting designers and engineers into images. An experience that went well beyond image simulation, as a pattern of shadowy insects climbing tall grass came to life on a 40-metre-long building during this international event. Here we clearly see the beginnings of his current approach, in which motifs interact with light.

Conception lumière: Ingelux et Cobalt Lumière
Photo: Région Rhône Alpes