Table lamp Reproduction. Original design by Serge Mouille
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5 pieces in production: Delivery between 19/11/2016 and 29/11/2016
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The Cocotte Table Lamp was originally designed by Serge Mouillie in 1957, who was noted for his minimalistic designs and use of metal materials. The Serge Mouillie Cocotte Table Lamp is certainly a chic and useful choice for the function of lighting. This reproduction is made of a steel tube structure and shade along with a copper neck and is available in both black and white.

The name Serge Mouille is only used to describe the characteristics of the goods made to the original design, and not as a trade mark.
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Materials Steel tube frame and shade with copper neck.
Height * Width 37cm * 13cm
Depth 25cm
Weight 2
Number of packages 1
Bulb 40W E27
Designer Serge Mouille
Serge Mouille

Serge Mouille was born and raised Paris. At the age of 13 he was admitted to the École des Arts Appliqués. His area of study was metallurgy and he earned a diploma in silversmithing. After having worked a few years in the workshop of Gabriel Lacroix, he opened his own workshop in 1945 with the intention of creating silverware utensils. Serge Mouille suffered from tuberculosis for many years, and in 1959 he was forced to suspend his design activities and undergo treatment. Production of his light fixtures stopped definitively in 1961. Serge Mouille remains famous primarily for his minimalistic designs and use of uniformly black painted metal materials. His wall-mounted spot light fixture with articulated arms is typical for his discrete, yet highly functional designs.