Composed by Bodo Sperlein, Voliere is an opulent, eye-catching centrepiece with a dramatic, layered appearance, inviting an intimate atmosphere in even the most spacious settings.
This striking installation piece is a contemporary reinterpretation of a classic 1920s art deco chandelier. With its nod to elegant French art deco lighting design, Voliere’s intricately layered wood veneer elements are arranged in the manner of feathery plumes.
“One can learn so much from the past, in particular the appreciation for materiality which is also apparent in my LZF designs.“ Bodo Sperlein
“Voliere’’ comes from the French name volière for outdoor bird houses. The feather-like sections of this lamp offer a unique perspective when viewed from different angles. Due to the carefully considered structure and materials, the Voliere is lightweight in design, and authentically reflects the feather decor.
Voliere brings a touch of 1920s glamour to contemporary interiors.
About Bodo Sperlein
Bodo is the director of the award-winning London-based strategic creative consultancy Bodo Sperlein ltd. Taking a pragmatic, tailored approach to product design, art, and brand direction, showcasing an appreciation of craft combined with the use of high-quality materials. Bodo’s repertoire includes collaborations and commissions across a multitude of industries, from furniture and tableware to technology and fashion. His tableware collections are appreciated by numerous Michelin-star restaurants worldwide.
Bodo’s designs are internationally renowned, having worked with several global luxury
brands including Louis Vuitton, Dior, Swarovski, Mulberry, and the LVMH group, alongside
his own product lines. He works with a variety of prolific interior designers including Peter Marino. His passion for materials and sensitivity to aesthetics ensure that his work consistently attracts international praise from the design world’s leading publications. He has won several esteemed design awards and his works of art and design are represented in distinguished, international galleries such as Les Ateliers Courbet in New York and 88 Gallery in London. His designs are in the permanent collection of several design museums including the prestigious Die Neue Sammlung in Munich and were also shown in his solo exhibition ‘Layers’ at the iconic gallery-space at Andreas Murkudis in Berlin.