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Pierre Disderot


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In the mid-50s, Pierre Disderot designed an elegant sconce in the spirit of his 1013 table lamp ; the tip of a sphere attaches to the wall by a thin clip and projects the light towards the ceiling to create ambient lighting in the room.

The soberness and minimalism of this luminaire is resumed in the shape of a classic luminous bowl, the coloured and perforated metal material is typical of the 1950’s, yet its proportions and finishing give it a timeless aesthetic.

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Pierre Disderot

1920 - 1991

Pierre Disderot holds a special place in twentieth-century French lighting, that of the invention of modern light. He was the creator and publisher of an elegant and modern forefront capable of competing with the best foreign productions. His story was also that of his friendships with the finest French design of the 50s, Pierre Guariche, Joseph-Andre Motte, Alain Richard, Michel Mortier but also later with Olivier Mourgues, Etienne Fermigier or François Arnal.


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Weight 1,9 kg
Dimensions 40 × 12 cm

White, Ocher yellow, Black, Red


Gun barrel, Chrome, Brushed brass, Golden brass

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