Ceiling lamp Serge Mouille
Serge Mouille designed his angular, insect-like lamps as 'a response to the Italian models that started to enter the market in 1950', which he criticized for being 'too complicated'. The three-armed ceiling lamp (1958) is a pendant interpretation of his original three-armed floor lamp and maintains the kinetic, sculptural aesthetic of the original. All of his lighting solutions bear Mouille's signature signatures as the designer: the way the arms are connected to the diffusers, the ring and hex screws, the shape of the reflectors and the refined lines of the steel tubes. Bulb (not included): 3 * 18W / E27. Made in China.
• Three arms rotate in different directions.
• Shades are produced with the original molds, proportions, materials and techniques.
• Each lamp is stamped and numbered.
- Materials: painted aluminum and steel with brass ball joints.
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- 3 heads size: Dia 150cm x H 32cm / ∅ 59 ″ x H 12.6 ″
- 3 heads size: Dia 165cm x H 80cm / ∅ 65 ″ x H 31.5 ″
- 6 heads size: Dia 220cm x H 32cm / ∅ 86.6 ″ x H 12.6 ″
- Material: metal / aluminum / brass
- Light source: E27
- Power: Max 40W
- Weight: 4 kg / 8.8 lbs
- Finishes: black, white
- Process: polishing / baking paint
- Control method: push button switch (not dimmable)
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