The work of Nathalie Dewez extends from small objects to monumental installations, from the unique piece to the industrial product,
in collaboration with international brands such as Hermès (FR), Habitat (UK), Ligne Roset (FR), Established&Sons (UK), Moome (BE), among others.
Nathalie Dewez is an designer whose medium is light and whose materials vary between metal, glass and other long-lasting medium.
Whether designing light fixtures, objects, furnishings or large-scale sculptures, she also works as consultant in Lighting for several architecture offices such as 51N4E or Archi2000.
Nathalie’s designs reveals his passion for sculptural shapes and superior craftsmanship.
Some of her iconic pieces can be found in the best collections and were several times awarded such as the Balance light that was nominated Best Product at the London Design Festival in 2010.
Established in 2002 Nathalie Dewez Design studio is based in Brussels where Nathalie trained as an interior architect.
In 2011 she received the ‘Design Pierre Bergé Foundation’ award and the same year was nominated Belgian Designer of the Year.
“Following her graduation in 2001 from the Interior Architecture department of the Ecole nationale des Arts Visuels de la Cambre in Brussels, Nathalie Dewez quickly found her way in Lighting Design.
Nathalie brings delicate attention to the duality of ‘ matter / non-matter ‘, which she sees as being at the core of all lighting devices; with an emphasis on function as well as on the quality of light in both on and off situations.
Nathalie’s works are characterized by an economic use of means, a minimum use of components and a focus on ease of production.
Her light works carry an undeniable charisma. Just a few lines or surfaces bearing simple and effective geometry are enough to express delicate poetry.
Nathalie’s presence at numerous international shows and exhibitions has led to collaborations with a number of architecture practices as well as producers such as Ligne Roset (FR) and Established&Sons (UK). » Denis Laurent