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Expanding on his Refuge collection, which includes an outdoor daybed, bed and floor and table lamps, designer Marc Ange recently introduced the Refuge sconce. 

Graphic and sculptural, the light features a single palm leaf sprouting from a cylindrical pot – made from marble, terrazzo or wood – to create a canopy above a spherical glass orb. The cut-out metal leaf casts a playful shadow against the wall, introducing a curious and decorative element to both residential and contract spaces. 

Ange also introduced the Refuge Library, which features asymmetrically arranged shelves hidden among a forest gracefully curved palm trees. Set on a solid base of marble, terrazzo or wood, the bookcase can be fixed to a wall or used as a freestanding space divider.  Both new pieces are offered in a palette of tropical-inspired hues.

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