Instantly recognizable by their long slender armatures and domed, ovoid shades, the best-known lamps and lighting fixtures of Serge Mouille have become emblems of the organic design of the mid-20th century. Along with Jean Prouvé, Mathieu Matégot and others, Mouille brought a fresh, modern aesthetic to metalwork, one of the most tradition-bound mediums in the decorative arts.
TRIPOD DESK LAMP
The shade of this lamp is modeled after a “moule” or mussel shell. The arm is connected by a brass swivel and supported by an unusual tripod base with legs bent at the front accenting the angle of the stem.
COCOTTE DESK LAMP
An elegant triangular base supporting a slender, straight arm and cylindrical shade allows this deceivingly simple lamp to adapt well in any setting.
SATURN DESK LAMP
Taking the planet as inspiration, this desk lamp is a unique source of light, comparable to an eclipse. At the time, it was a revolutionary piece of metal work.
Mounted on a brass swivel, with four slender yet very stable legs. A timeless lamp that fits well with any decor.
AGRAFEE DESK LAMP – 1 SWIVEL
Clamp desk lamp. At 36 inches at its highest, these lamps may affix to many surfaces providing direct lighting where it is needed.
AGRAFEE DESK LAMP – 2 SWIVELS
Clamp desk lamp. At 26 inches at its highest, these lamps may affix to many surfaces providing direct lighting where it is needed.