Welcome Two Wings !
Laurent Beyne, founder of the company Two Wings, specialized for 1985 in the subtle hybridization of glass and the light, of matter and gesture, mathematical and poetical.
It is located at the intersection of different unique expertise : both glass, luminariste, designer, sculptor, he considers his daily duties as the sum of the poet, the artisan and the worker.
Creativity, inventiveness but also freshness, the ability of enchantment, control almost alchemical substances are the building pillars of identity base Laurent Beyne and workshop Two Wings.
Besides the uniqueness of writing, it develops specific expertise and world-exclusive : glass cutting processes, technical silicone film on the shards, flexible mosaic, etc.
Its motto : "My hands are my wings". The human hand is, from the start and lasting, his choice of main machine, to really make a Alternative offers industrial supply.
The materials he works are chosen for their exceptional quality, their symbolic and durable characters (natural glass or crystallized, marble, concrete, basalt, granite, money, Golden leaf, semiprecious stones, stainless steel, brass).
They are shaped and processed in the workshop.
Our collections are up to date mainly illuminating objects, constructed from glass and stainless steel.
Many of our cutting techniques, finishing or assembly are clean workshop, in other words, oriented, developed and practiced as a particular culture in productions.
After a complex chain of particular gestures is a particular object.
Thus creation and production are closely linked in the case Two Wings.
The workshop is a reflection of this duality, kind of laboratory where the artist alongside the artisan, the performer designer, where every gesture is careful and laborious research attempting to free the material constraints, which thus made work is the result of a long maturation and needy.
Between high fashion, jewelry and crystal, production takes place entirely in the current workshop Montreuil (400m2 Porte de Montreuil) or, meticulously, fit together and are ordered machines and hundreds of thousands of works in progress, semi-finished parts and raw shards cut one by one.