Born in 1922, the French industrial designer was trained in the art of silversmithing. But his aluminum and steel fabrications of the 1950s, coveted by collectors and museums alike, are what established him as an icon of minimalist chic. His wife Gin and friend Claude Delpiroux revived those designs at the turn of the 21st century, and now offer multiple reproductions of his classics as part of Les Luminaires de Serge Mouille collection. Three-legged floor lamps proffer one or three angled arms; coordinating sconces offer one to five, or an indulgent seven. Other sconces are charming homages to snail shells, eyes, and warming ames. Powder-coated in the designer’s signature black or a new white option, each is made exactly as it was in the fifties, in both technique and material; the aluminum shades are even produced with the original molds. Through .
Guéridon’s Les Luminaires de Serge Mouille Revives the French Designer’s Iconic Lamps
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