At the second Upcycling Festival L’Isle sur la Sorgue from October 29 to November 01, 2021

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From October 29 to November 01, 2021, I will meet you at L'Isle sur la Sorgue, for the second Upcycling Festival.

Created in 2020, L’upcycling Festival in L’Isle sur la Sorgue is becoming the essential event in terms of recycling.

The event attracts around 10,000 visitors on the fringes of the international flea market. This year, the appointment is made from October 29 to November 01, 2021

During these four days, I will present my vintage designer lamps from the ArtJL brand. The opportunity to introduce you to my latest creations. All my lamps come from old radiators from the 1930s to the 1970s. A universe ranging from art deco to vintage.

Two novelties will be exhibited:

The Edison adjustable rectangle calor lamp : you will love its retro style, and its mat purple color. This lamp was made from a Calor radiator from the 70s. Equipped with an Edison Led bulb, it warmly illuminates the space. Its particularity: adjustable lamp which allows you to play with the luminous inclination.

The Edla lamp : Created from an Edla radiator from the 60s, this table lamp is double-sided. Enough to allow you to diffuse the light according to your desires. Its green color has been chosen to reinforce the vintage aspect of this object and bring pep to your interior.

All my lamps are unique pieces. Made in France, and resolutely eco-responsible, the ArtJL brand invites you to continue the story of an object. Yesterday radiator. Today, light fixture. For lovers of elegant and original interior decoration.


About the festival

A professional and general public event with around twenty Exhibitors in decoration, fashion, art, design and habitat, Conferences and Round Tables animated by experts, Dedications, Live artistic performances, and Creative workshops to learn about to Upcycling!

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