Lambert & Fils draws inspiration from art, design and architecture history to create sleek yet poetic lights, in which apparent simplicity does not exclude design complexity. All collections are designed, manufactured and assembled in Montreal. Lambert & Fils commits itself to a tradition of high-quality in-house design, local savoir-faire, and a strong, collaborative team spirit.
Lambert & Fils is a collaborative lighting design studio founded in 2010 by Samuel Lambert. After a career in the visual arts and film editing, Samuel Lambert chose design and craftsmanship soon after the birth of his son, as a sort of nod to his own childhood spent in the Eastern Townships of Quebec, where he often assisted his own father, a potter—a full-circle moment for Lambert, which also explains the company’s name (in French, Lambert & Fils means Lambert & Sons). After working alone for a while in his small Beaubien street shop in Montreal, Samuel Lambert succeeded over the course of a few years to mold a creative yet rigorous studio, alongside a diversified team of young talents.
Capitalizing on their North American and European experience with a variety of world renowned architectural firms, MU Architecture’s founders acquired a considerable amount of international experience while working with multidisciplinary teams and practices in Montreal, Vienna, Barcelona, Dubai and have developed a wide range of expertise. Actively involved in each project, they are able to perform in respect with the European and American architectural rules and standards.
Based in Montreal since early 2010 Charles Côté and Jean-Sébastien Herr specialize in contemporary design. Their projects projects include residential, commercial, institutional and industrial spaces.
Hugo applies his design talent to a remarkably wide range of projects: large-scale master plans, urban design, residential architecture, interiors - no matter what the discipline, each concept is delivered with great attention to detail. Constantly informed by the work of his peers around the world, he has an outstanding capacity to generate and simplify new ideas and bring them to
Most notably the YOO tower in Griffintown, a collaboration with French designer Philippe Starck, and SAX Sur le fleuve, a complex site in the Old Port of Montreal, which will soon see the construction of new residences. TYPE