An ode to creative synergy

As a testament to the power of creative synergy, d’Armes unveils two exclusive lighting collections with Consors at the 2024 International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF). The event will be held at the New York City Javits Center, May 19-21, 2024.


Doppler Pendant
Photo credit: Florian Martin for d'Armes

Known for its singular approach to high-end lighting design and crafting, d’Armes partners with up-and-coming talents such as furniture designer Will Choui and product designer Florian Martin. In mesmerizing shades of blue, each piece celebrates the harmonious fusion of form and function, captivates the senses, and elevates the aesthetic discourse.


Doppler Collection
Photo credit: Florian Martin for d'Armes

The inaugural collection, Doppler, channels the Doppler effect and reveals artwork that embodies the very essence of water: a brilliant shine associated with fluidity and surprising light reflections. Over several months of communication and knowledge transfer, artist Florian Martin and d’Armes developed this collection. Whether in the forms of singular or triple pendants, floor lamps, or sconces, each Doppler piece beckons exploration of shape and perspective, unlocking a world of creative possibilities.


Doppler Wall
Photo credit: Florian Martin for d'Armes


Doppler Triple Pendant
Photo credit: Florian Martin for d'Armes


Doppler Floor
Photo credit: Florian Martin for d'Armes


Doppler Floor
Photo credit: Florian Martin for d'Armes

The following collection, titled 1979, emerges as a visual ode to raw beauty and simplicity, blending the divergent standards of utilitarian aesthetic and contemporary design into a seamless tapestry. This collaboration resonates with Choui’s distinctive vision for a 21st-century revival of the brutalist architecture movement.


1979 Pendant
Photo credit: Javier Wainstein for d'Armes


1979 Pendant Triple
Photo credit: Javier Wainstein for d'Armes


1979 Floor
Photo credit: Javier Wainstein for d'Armes

These collections reveal d’Armes’ commitment to innovation, exploration, and sharing, while offering a bold glimpse into the future of contemporary design and art. All pieces will be presented at the ICFF feature WANTED. Doppler and 1979 collections are crafted in the d'Armes workshop in Canada using recyclable aluminum and steel, in partnership with local suppliers. These collections are shipped globally with carbon offsetting measures in place.

About d’Armes


Alexandre Joncas
Photo credit: d'Armes

d’Armes specializes in the design and craft of high-end lighting. Since its opening in 2016, it has mobilized the expertise of artists and designers to create refined one-of-a-kind objects, and has built a clientele spanning the world. The studio’s poetic signature feeds on the ever-changing convergence of the innovative technique of promising new artists and the experience and intuition of established design professionals. Through noble and timeless materials, d’Armes celebrates the elegance of raw creativity. All luminaires are carefully designed, engineered, and assembled in the d’Armes workshop, surrounded by the lakes and forests of Canada.

About Will Choui


Will Choui
Photo credit: Will Choui

Montréal-based furniture designer Will Choui brings a contemporary approach to the brutalist aesthetic, pushing the boundaries by reimagining both the visual and physical experience of objects. Through his innovative use of raw materials, platonic solids, and sleek universal shapes, Choui, a Rhode Island School of Design graduate, has crafted a distinct and incomparable aesthetic.

About Florian Martin


Florian Martin
Photo credit: Florian Martin

As a product designer and the founder of the Finkr Design studio in Belgium, Florian Martin dedicates his work to a rigorously functionalist approach, focused on simplifying and rationalizing the craft and industrial processes, while seeing material constraints as a perpetual source of innovation.