For you, we design the lights you have imagined
You have a chimerical project that you think is impossible to realise ? LM5P studies your wildest dreams and makes them come true in light. We study together how to meet your technical needs, your architectural and budgetary constraints, your wishes and tastes in terms of colours, design, aspects, rendering, effects, but also your way of living in these spaces. All our proposals are tailor-made, according to each project, each place and each client.
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The essential is invisible to the eyes Light, we don't really see it, but we feel it.
We believe that light is a determining factor in restoring an atmosphere to a space. Haven't we all thought that a room is "too cold", an office "aggressive", a lobby "not welcoming"? What gives warmth to a place is its lighting.
Lighting can be integrated into the architecture of a building and become invisible. Light illuminates or sublimates, without being visible. Conversely, lighting can be a real decoration, sometimes even the central element in the layout of a room. Beyond its function of illuminating the space, the object must be chosen with care, according to the tastes and desires of each person.
Published on December 10, 2020
The first wrought-iron crown for BEGA was made by Heinrich Gantenbrink on 20 September 1945 for three lamps.
Published on December 04, 2020
A privileged place for the preparation of meals, the kitchen is distinguished by its three main functions: preparing, washing and cooking.
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Atelier Calas Architecture – Guillaume Calas
Architect trained at ENSA Marseille (Dplg 2004) and ENSA Lyon (Diploma in HQE architecture) Guillaume Calas worked with Stephane Fernandez and Ivry Serres before creating ATELIER CALAS ARCHTECTURE. Winner of the Albums des jeunes architectes et paysagiste in 2012, he teaches design at ENSA-Marseille.
Seduced by vernacular architecture where meaning is above all given by the obviousness of the constructional choices, Guillaume Calas advocates a “situated architecture”, in love with the nature of the place but opposed to any regionalist drift.
“I feel close to the concerns defined by the concept of “critical regionalism”. I begin each project by surveying the site into which it will be inserted. By observing, measuring and knowing it, I try to take advantage of its intrinsic qualities, those that pre-exist the act of building to become elementary components of the architectural composition.”
Like Rimbaud’s “Alchemy of the Word”, he sees architecture as an art of transcending topography, the nature of the soil, the climate, the light, the landscape, by handling them with sensitivity and dexterity in order to inscribe any new construction in the thickness of a given culture.
Whatever the size of the project and its destination, the work of artificial light which will replace daylight remains essential. It allows to accompany the architecture and its uses beyond the day and as precisely as possible. With LM5P this work can be done in exchange and as close as possible to each project.