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The Serge Mouille Sconce lighting collection is one of the most iconic lighting designs of all time. The sconce lighting collection was designed by French artist Serge Mouille in the 1950s and uses a minimalist postmodern design with simple black and white forms. The collection consists of several types of wall sconces, including wall-mounted, floor-mounted and flush-mounted models. Each piece in the collection is handmade and made from the finest materials, giving each fixture its own unique personality.

The design of each piece is sublime, with long arms that give a sense of lightness, as if floating in the air. This minimalist yet sophisticated aesthetic makes for a timeless piece. The wall lamps are constructed with arms that move freely like the arms of an insect, allowing the light to diffuse in a variety of ways, creating a unique atmosphere in any room. In addition, the simple lines of each design provide an elegant modernity to any space.

Along with its contemporary look, the Serge Mouille Sconce lighting collection offers practicality that can be easily incorporated into any home. It is a low-maintenance fixture that can transform any room and provide a warm, homey atmosphere. The wall lamps also offer multiple configurations and can be installed anywhere, allowing customers to make the most of their space.

The Serge Mouille Sconce lighting collection is undoubtedly a timeless design. Its distinctive style and minimalist forms will remain in fashion for many years to come. It allows customization and provides practicality that offers a unique atmosphere for any home. It may be pricey, but its quality and long-lasting appeal make it worth it.


How much is Serge Mouille Sconce

Products inspired by the Serge Mouille Sconce collection cost an average of 9100 PLN. There is also the possibility of personalizing these lamps, which may affect their price.

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