Jun 14, 2014 / Lighting
Argand by Quentin de Coster

Argand is a minimalist design created by Belgium-based designer Quentin de Coster. The name Argand refers to the Swiss physicist Ami Argand who invented the burner with double airflow and cylindrical wick in 1783. (2)

Name: Argand

Designer: Quentin de Coster

Location: Brussels, Belgium

Year: 2014

Argand is a minimalist design created by Belgium-based designer Quentin de Coster. The name Argand refers to the Swiss physicist Ami Argand who invented the burner with double airflow and cylindrical wick in 1783. The light is comprised of a pink gold plated brass base with an LED module, and a borosilicate glass cylinder.

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