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Welles Reimagined Lighting Series shortlisted for DNA Paris Product Award 2023

20 June 2023
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We are pleased to announce that Gabriel Scott’s Welles Reimagined Lighting Collection has been shortlisted for the DNA Paris Product Award 2023. The DNA Paris Awards showcase the best and brightest in design. Their mission is to discover and celebrate fresh and creative designs from all around the world in Architecture, Interior, Landscape, Product and Graphic Design.

Welles Reimagined was created in celebration of Gabriel Scott’s tenth anniversary in 2022. This collaborative collection saw Gabriel Scott partner with six global designers and architects to reinterpret the iconic Welles Chandelier to create six new capsule lighting series.

Scott Richler, Founder and CEO of Gabriel Scott, says: “Customization has always been at the heart of Gabriel Scott’s modern lighting and furniture design. From the brand's inception the design philosophy has centered around providing the architectural and interiors community with exactly what they need. Our brand ethos and the collaborations we undertook with each designer perfectly demonstrate how we like to work together with our design and architecture clients to achieve something really special and tailored to their requirements. We’re delighted the collection is being recognized by industry-recognized bodies such as DNA Paris Product Awards.”

With special thanks to the designers and architects who collaborated with us on this project:

  • Alessandro Munge

  • David Rockwell

  • Guan Lee

  • Kelly Hoppen

  • Michelle Gerson

  • Sybille De Margerie

Discover the Welles Reimagined lighting collection.

David Rockwell Triple Sconce
Sybille sconce
Sybille Triple Pendant
Michelle Gerson Small Pendant
Michelle Gerson Sconce
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Munge Sconce
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