French lighting designer Henri Burszstyn will be releasing five new luminaire designs at the upcoming Maison & Objet fair, which will run from Sept. 5-9, 2014 in Paris, France, according to an AFP report.

The “invisible LED technology” employed in the luminaire designs can be remotely controlled.

Henri Burszstyn's four concentric metal ringed B612. (All photos courtesy belong to Henri Burszstyn)

A main piece from the collection is the B612, composed of four concentric metal rings, that resembles an atom. The piece is designed as a table or suspension lamp.

Deccg's wooden block composition up close. 

Other pieces to be displayed include Warp 1, which is made of aluminum strands, and Deccg which is a wall light made of wooden blocks.

Circular O LED lamp has a very simple and elegant design.

The simple circular design O is a circular lamp with LEDs embedded around the rim to give the effect of uninterrupted stream of light.

The suspended X-FLR6 resemble sting rays or potato chips with a hole in the middle. 

The X-FLR6 is an asymmetric suspension light made from concave wooden slate.

Details of the luminaires as below:


Model type

Power Consumption (W)

Correlated Color Temperature (°K)

Luminous Output (Lumens)


Less than 50




 15– 75

Three color temperatures




Less than 5

2,300- 2,700



(wood model)

Less than 10

2 700



Less than 75



(Source: Henri Burszstyn)


The price range for the collection is expected to range from €249 (US $ 326.81) to €1,899.