The LUX exhibition takes place at the rue de Seine gallery during the major contemporary art event “Paris+ by Art Basel”. In the wake of this not-to-be-missed event, Charles Zana proposes his vision of lighting that depicts the lamp as an art object. Harmonious, complementary and detached from the decor, each light, with its balanced shape, is found at a different height within the space. The table lamps and wall sconces are gentle on the eye while a hanging lamp diffuses a colorful mood from above. In this lighting collection, Charles Zana combines natural materials with organic shapes to create a sensory atmosphere. The light inhabits the space and, ultimately, resembles a precious constellation.