Europe in the mid-1900s produced arguably the greatest array of talent in industrial furniture design. Combined with their brilliant counterparts across the Atlantic these inspirational architects and designers helped change the course of interior design and ushered in the timeless style of Mid-Century Modern.
Defining an individual space in an open-plan layout can be both challenging and fun. Demarcating spaces without walls requires the use of various other elements such as smart shelves dropped ceilings area rugs and visually appealing pendant lights.
Born in Paris Serge Mouille was obviously influenced by this glamorous city. Initially a silversmith who acquired great mastery over metal at a very early age Mouille stepped into the world of French Industrial Design in the late 1940s.
Despite their nonchalant and whimsical approach the Serge Mouille lamps are all business! Since the great man spent endless hours crafting many lamps on his own a true original is well worth a 6-figure check!
Cascading chandeliers need not be relegated to expansive dining room and elaborate stairways alone. They are a simple yet effective way of adding polished elegance to pretty much any room without going overboard.
Today we take a look at three brilliant lamps that Lighyears has brought to this convention that puts stylish under the spotlight. Inspirational ingenious and even eco-friendly each of these lamps has an incandescent aura of its own!