It was in 1953 that he made the first of the famous original arm lamps which are now sought-after collectibles across the globe. At home in pretty much any setting these audacious and polished lighting fixtures are both dramatic and minimal!
But the Serge Mouille floor lamps seem to defy this trend and along with the classic Arco they are arguably the most sough-after lamps in the genre. It is not too hard to understand why once you take a look at this petite creation. Crafted by Mouille as an austere response to the plethora of bourgeois Italian lamps flooding the market in the mid-’50s the metallic delight is arguably the
In fact the smaller the size of your dining table the greater the majesty of the overtly-large pendant. We find plenty of inspiration here that combines the dome and the drum pendant with the Saarinen tulip table. The curvy design of one obviously complements the other but you can introduce these rounded wonders even in rooms filled with clean straight lines to bring some much needed contrast.
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.
If you find a sparkling chandelier or striking pendant that also offers the right illumination it is indeed a win-win situation. If not then consider the illumination the intensity and the angles at work before accounting for the lamp as a standalone sculptural addition to the room.
There is something innately captivating and timeless about the many designs produced in this golden era. Crafted with great care and unassuming brilliance the ingenious lamps of are part of this exclusive club and they are still as popular as ever.