1992. gadā Bernāru Forestjē iedvesmoja viņa aizraušanās ar dabu, franču dārziem un mākslu, lai radītu apgaismojumu. Viņš vēlējās satricināt gaismas dizaina pasaules tradīcijas, ienesot mājās botānikas mākslu.
2002. gadā pēc Bernāra Forestjē nāves viņa sieva Helēnas Forestjē lūdza Žils Daljērs pārņēmt māksliniecisko virzienu, lai godinātu radošo garu.
Helēna Forestjē stafeti nodeva Žanam Dominikam Lezam, 2012. gadā slavenajam Dekoratīvās mākslas “107 rivoli” un uzņēmuma ENO (Edition New Objects) radītājam kopā ar Fransuā Bernāru.
Ar šo nomināciju FORESTIER no jauna izgudro sevi kā radošu un poētisku zīmolu, kura enkurs ir dizains, daba un izejvielas. Viņš atdzīvināja uzņēmumu ar unikālu dekoratīvā apgaismojuma katalogu.
Forestier Bamboo Floor Lamp - A natural contemporary lamp. Conceived by designer Arik Levy, the Bamboo collection of lamps from Forestier mixes natural materials and contemporary design, in a 'nature'...
Forestier Bamboo XS Pendant Light - A natural contemporary lamp Conceived by designer Arik Levy, Forestier Bamboo XS Pendant Light mixes natural materials and contemporary design, in a 'nature' spirit...
Forestier Bamboo M Pendant Light - A natural contemporary lamp Conceived by designer Arik Levy, Forestier Bamboo M Pendant Light mixes natural materials and contemporary design, in a 'nature' spirit...
Forestier Bamboo M Ceiling Light - A natural contemporary lamp Conceived by designer Arik Levy, Forestier Bamboo M Ceiling Light mixes natural materials and contemporary design, in a 'nature' spirit...
Forestier labi zināma apgaismojuma dizaina studija, viņu dizaini ir drosmīgi un izmanto netradicionālus materiālus, kurus citi dizaineri izmanto reti vai nekad. Vienkāršās vispārējās kontūras kontrastē ar sarežģītas ģeometrijas izmantošanu un unikālas līnijas un dizainu apvienojumā ar valdzinošām faktūrām un gaismas izkliedēšanas metodēm.
Forestier is driven by passion. They are dedicated to the quality of their designs, the impact they have on people and culture, and creating lighting that evokes emotions. Their passion is what drives the success of the Forestier brand.
Forestier is innovative and independent, using raw materials to create one-of-a-kind designs. They empower their designers to express themselves freely and without constraints.
Forestier is a brand of explorers, driven by a spirit of curiosity and a desire to push boundaries. They cultivate a pioneering spirit, embrace singularity, and inspire discovery through their creations. The openness and boldness of Forestier are evident in every piece they create.
One of Forestier's most popular designs is the Bamboo collection: this wast collection of pendant, ceiling, floor, and wall lamps is a poetic encounter between nature and design. A bias of natural and authentic materials sublimated by handmade craftsmanship and creative inspiration. Forestier's Bamboo is designed, contemporary with a soul that is deeply close to true nature. Its filtered light will generate a delicate, warm and soft look both inside and out.
Another classic is the Papillon collection - it is characterized by the lightness of the butterfly. The metal threads of each Papillon lamp frame are duplicated then twisted to obtain this graphic and kinetic effect reminding the wings of a butterfly.
Grass and Parrot are the new collections that have been taking the design industry by storm. Using traditional weaving and folding methods, the coloured abaca combines geometric weaving and circular shapes. With this choice to use one of the oldest craft techniques, rooted in the earth, the designer Jette Scheib pushes her creative process to the extreme, with the aim of which is not another object, but the interaction between the object and the person, a source of well-being.
The story starts with Bernard Forestier, a man driven by his passion for French gardens and the artistic topiary sculptures that defined them. He was enamored with their perfect proportions, balance, and elegant combinations of straight lines and curves. Determined to revolutionize the world of lighting design, Bernard sought to bring the beauty of botany into homes. He took a chance on woven wire, which soon became a signature material for the brand. He had a fondness for woven metal, whether it was rusted iron, zinc or iron, and brought poetry and humor to his designs, giving life to his creations.
After Bernard Forestier's departure, the company shifted its direction a decade after its founding. Upon Hélène Forestier's request, Gilles Dallière assumed artistic control and emphasized his aim to make each piece one-of-a-kind. This change marked a significant milestone for the company, which now prioritizes luxury and a simple, natural aesthetic in its designs. Forms are refined by showcasing light and color, while maintaining the hallmark of handcrafted uniqueness.