Jean-Michel Wilmotte

Sammode renews itself: the traditional round tube is transformed into a square shape, or almost… Under the direction of architect and designer Jean-Michel Wilmotte, Sammode’s famous tubular lamp is redesigned to create an innovative luminaire.

Jean-Michel Wilmotte, a French architect, urban planner and designer born in 1948, set up his own architectural practice in Paris in 1975. Renowned for its eclecticism and the quality of its work, the practice operates in a variety of sectors, including the luxury, hotel, residential and tertiary sectors, both in France and abroad. With 270 employees of 31 different nationalities, Wilmotte operates in 23 countries.

Alongside his architectural activities, Jean-Michel Wilmotte founded the Wilmotte & Industries design studio, which celebrates its 45th anniversary this year. Working with publishers and manufacturers from all over the world, he contributes to the reputation of French industrial design. His approach favours sober, uncluttered lines, conveying a chic, timeless character to his collections, while promoting the expertise of French manufacturers.

Expertise and values

Faithful to Jean-Michel Wilmotte’s demanding design, Quadratube incorporates contemporary technologies and benefits from an exceptional level of craftsmanship. The aim is to offer remarkable lighting quality and comfort.

“We have been able to redesign the very concept of a tubular luminaire by opting for a sleek and elegant rectangular shape”


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