The kite: that was the name Pierre Guariche himself coined for this striking floor lamp. Its white lacquered perforated steel shade immediately catches the eye, clearly suggesting the sail of a boat, with all its associations of escape. As a complement to the brushed and lacquered brass mast, the high-grade
With its concrete base and aluminium column, this floor lamp is designed to light terraces and gardens. Its light is softened and tinted by the metal baffles of the Elgar luminaire, which are available in a copper, gold or silver finish. This luminaire is dimmable, and thanks to its sealed
This magisterial and timeless floor lamp was designed by Pierre Guariche in 1951, and is offered in two sizes. It’s a style that has come to symbolise the luminaires created by this designer, and features an embossed metal lampshade and two light sources to provide direct and indirect lighting. Perfectly
The G21 reading lamp is the perfect source of precise, intimate accent lighting. Available with a black/white or white/white lampshade and in a slightly perforated version, this model designed by Pierre Guariche in 1951 features a metal shade to protect eyes against the light source and direct the flow of
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