The G1 luminaire designed by Pierre Guariche in 1951 and now a 1950s design icon needs no introduction. In its wall-mounted version, it features an embossed metal lampshade and two light sources to provide direct and indirect lighting. Perfectly balanced by its solid brass ball counterweight, the brass arm also tests the limits of gravity. This wall light could be perfect for your reading corner or perhaps next to a table for a soft, warm dining experience. Its spectacular shade is available in four finishes: vermilion red, black, white and chalk, so all you have to do is choose which will enhance your room perfectly! It is lit by two bulbs for a comfortably consistent spread of light. G1 is also available as a floor lamp (in two sizes) and pendant light
With its purity of line, the G3 indirect wall lamp is an iconic Pierre Guariche design. Its perforated metal grille acts as a diffuser to create soft, comfortable light whose installation possibilities are limited only by your own imagination: equally at home horizontally or vertically, it also tilts. Whether you use it to light a bed headboard, a desk or even a corridor, its soft light is perfect for all times of day. It is available in three colours – black, white and grey – giving you the option to create your own unique graphic design by combining multiple lamps on the same wall. It is available in a dimmable version compatible with the Casambi app, giving you total control over the atmosphere you want to create in your home!
G13 is also available as a pendant! Its distinctive profile enhances a coffee table or dining table, thanks to the addition of a metal pendant fitting and modular length cable. Designed by Pierre Guariche in 1955, this model diffuses light through a perforated metal grille and authentic Fresnel lens.
Our Tubes
Designer-manufacturer of luminaires since 1927, Sammode invented in 1967 the fluorescent tube, a product become inconic, with unlimited uses. An industrial luminaire, the Sammode tube has won a place of choice in contemporary architecture since the mid-1980s, with the equipment of the Grande Halle de la Villette then the Bibliothèque Nationale de France In recent years the company has been offering a wide range of fully made in France design luminaires for private residences, catering and hospitality. This book highlights the history of the Sammode tube through conversations with different architects, designers and artists. Photographs unpublished, archival images, intersecting views and white cards entrusted to artists feed the story of an exceptional French industrial history and Sammode’s unique know-how in the history of light.