Pelle Fixtures Star in Cinematic ER Butler Window Displays

September 14, 2017 - table lamp

Jean and Oliver Pelle collaborated with hardware engineer and proprietor Rhett Butler during Salone del Mobile dual years ago. Fast brazen to today, and a husband-wife duo’s lighting fixtures are holding core theatre at E.R. Butler, his SoHo boutique. Up until Sep 30, a storefront’s 4 huge potion vitrines showcase opposite vignettes, each inspired by cinematography.

E.R. Butler’s 4 potion vitrines. Photography by Lindsay McAleavy.

“We wanted to emanate scenes that elicit new definition for any lighting piece,” says Jean Pelle, who hopes the windows will perform passersby. “We find film instruction to be a consistent source of inspiration—they can grasp so most in a area of formulating mood, fantasy, and feelings.”

A new vacation to a Dominican Republic encouraged the integrate to paint unclouded palm leaves on a Bubble Chandelier, whose pleasant vignette evokes a Victorian-era film Angels Insects. Another window channels Wall Street, where a Dark Moon Sconce and Silver Veil Lamp minister to a replica of a Lower Manhattan skyline. 

Lure Pendants in Midnight in a Garden of Good Evil (1997). Photography by Lindsay McAleavy.
Bubble Chandelier with hand-painted palm leaves in Angels Insects (1995). Photography by Lindsay McAleavy.
Pris Blaze and Pris Table Lamp in Dune (1984). Photography by Lindsay McAleavy.
Dark Moon Sconce and Silver Veil Lamp, a collaboration with Erie Basin, in Wall Street (1987). Photography by Lindsay McAleavy.

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