french lighting

Serge Mouille

Serge Mouille was a French Lighting Designer; he was born and active in Paris. Mouille studied silversmithing, ร‰cole des Artes Appliquรฉs, Paris to 1941.Read More →

He was an engineer at Tompson before setting up the small electrical firm Perfรฉcla (Perfectionnement de Iโ€™Ecla), regularly working with architects and designers, including Pierre Chareau, and Andrรฉ Lurcat, Renรฉ Herbst, and architect Robert Mallet-Stevens. For the latter, he produced the widely published 1929 lighting fixture designed by Francis Jourdain in the form of a suspended concave metal ring projecting rays onto the ceiling and reflecting a soft indirect light elsewhere. Read More →

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Damon was located at 4 avenue Pierre-I-de-Serbie in Paris during the 1920s and 1930s. It was well-known for its innovative use of glass in lighting fixtures, with white glass designs that provided a dazzling effect without glare.Read More →