Bucolic doesn’t mean boring, a point proven at Le Cloître Hôtel in Arles, France. Retained to conceive lighting for guest rooms and common areas at the India Mahdavi project, PSLab found its muse in the outdoors, filtered through a forward-looking lens. The Honey Comb sconce, just like its inspiration, is designed for clustering. To change the direction of the halogen source, orient the hexagonal shape—made of hand-welded, powder-coated steel—either upward or downward. Tree Trunk, meanwhile, boasts concentric rings in the same material around a silver-tipped incandescent bulb. Primarily intended for walls, the fixture is also produced as a pendant.