Lambert & Fils

Dot 14C Chandelier


Why We Love It

The Dot Collection combines the directness of exposed, spherical bulbs with the rich materiality of brass. Focused, geometric compositions contain these two features, balancing line, surface, and luminous points. The result is a collection of lamps based in the reflectivity of brass—lamps that are both atmospheric and firm.

  • The Dot Collection combines the luminosity of exposed bulbs with the richness of brass in a geometrical distribution.
  • The result is a collection of lamps inspired by a graceful balance of lines and incandescent points.
  • Dot 14 is available in three models: A (5 tier, 38"dia), B (3 tier, 48"dia) and C (5 tier, 48"dia).
  • Brass body and hardware.
  • Milk glass globes.
  • 3000K color temperature and/or ≥90 color rendition index available upon request.
  • The dimming technology offering the best results is ELV (electronic low voltage) dimmers with reverse phase or trailing edge control, other dimmers can yield good results and conducting a test before final installation is recommended.
  • Swivel canopy option for slanted ceiling available upon request.
  • Must be installed by an electrician.
  • Handmade to order in Montreal, Canada.
  • Due to the handcrafted nature of the fixture, very slight variations may occur in finishing from one lamp to another, making each piece unique.
  • Production times on made to order items may vary – contact us for details.


Created By

Lambert & Fils

Founded in 2010, Lambert & Fils is a contemporary lighting studio that creates original collections and collaborates with emerging designers around the world. Preserving the bond between design and making, all lighting is handmade in the Lambert & Fils atelier in the heart of Montreal. Through its exploration of new design technologies, Lambert & Fils investigates the many shapes of light—meditating on voids, volumes and the importance of materials as a point of origin. These explorations trace where the unexpected meets the universally poetic, and where humility meets complex design.