10 years warranty
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The Finer Details
The highly-skilled French industrialist and silversmith Serge Mouille is known for his passion in metal work and lighting. The Mouille Wall Lamp is the epitome of Mouille’s stunning modern light fixtures. Featuring a clean, simple design, this unique lamp provides understated elegance to your home.
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- Product Dimensions: H15.7 in x W9.8 in x D39 in (with the arm pointing away from the wall)
- Product Weight: 3 lbs
- Material: Steel
- SKU: 1284
- Cord Length: No cord supplied, must be hardwired into the wall
- Bulb Base: E26
- Bulb Included: No
- Max. Bulb Watt: Single 60W incandescent bulb or 9W LED
- Voltage: 110v or 230v or Low Voltage compatible
- Assembly Requirements: Partly assembled
- Installation Details: Recommended installation height is 79 in. The arms can swivel 90 degrees from side to side independently.
- Instructions Included: Yes
- Certifications: UL Certified
- Packaging Dimensions: (8 lbs): 42.5 in x 14.6 in x 8.7 in
- No. of Cartons: 1
- Free Return Shipping: No
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It didn’t take long for French industrialist and silversmith Serge Mouille to make his mark on the lighting world. The highly-skilled designer is known for his passion in metal work and lighting. He became famous for creating modern lighting fixtures.
Mouille’s dual interests helped in his design process. His metalwork skills are apparent in every piece he created.
As a 13-year-old, Mouille studied at the School of Applied Arts’ silver workshop. As the youngest student, sculptor Gabriel Lacroix became his mentor and teacher.
It was immediately evident that Mouille was gifted in his chosen field. Just four years after graduating, he began teaching at the arts school in which he was taught. In addition to mentoring and teaching, he opened a workshop which focused on wall sconces, handrails, and chandeliers. He would later go on to design elaborate floor lamps and wall-mounted pieces. He was especially inspired to create based on the female form.
Mouille’s designs were well-received. His lighting fixtures were showcased alongside the works of Jean Prouvé, Charlotte Perriand, and Isamu Noguchi. It was in the mid-1950s that American film star Henry Fonda attended Mouille’s workshop intent on having a lamp designed especially for him. That lamp became the first of Mouille’s designs to reach America, but it certainly wasn’t the last.
Among the designer’s most famous contributions are his Contemporary Pendant Lamp, the MFL-3 Style Contemporary Floor Lamp, the MCL-R6 Style Contemporary Pendant Lamp, and the MSC-R2 Style Contemporary Wall Lamp.
When it came to designing, Mouille gleaned inspiration from his chosen supplies. "The form is always determined by the material," he said.