Plafonnier Tuyau Courbe


About Plafonnier Tuyau Courbe

Plafonnier Tuyau Courbe is undoubtedly the least known of the black series of lamps designed by Serge Mouille. It was originally created to light up the mythical Galerie Steph Simon, Boulevard Saint Germain in Paris. This gallery exhibited the big names in design such as Charlotte Perriand, Jean Prouvé, Isamu Noguchi and of course Serge Mouille. We now reissue the "Grand Pipe" ceiling light, a 4" diameter cylinder articulated by a brass ball joint and mounted on a curved arm, as originally, with a trumpet-shaped bell attachment. To ensure its function as a projector, we have equipped it with a light source consisting of a dimmable LED module. Thanks to the ball joint, the beam of light illuminates objects in a targeted manner.