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Mid Century table light G61 by P. Guariche, perforated metal sheet
by Pierre Guariche

Print Item No. CL4517* SAM# PG# G61

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About the Manufacturer

Beauty and functionality – not many designers bring these antipodes together as impressively as Frenchman Pierre Guariche (1926 - 1995). His Midcentury lights, which were created between 1951 and 1959, are innovatively designed with joy of experimentation, and on closer inspection turn out to be absolutely functional in every detail. The typical common feature of all Guariche lights are the hidden illuminants and the glare-free light flow by means of well thought-out reflectors and diffusers which provide atmospheric ambient light and give the lamp a sculptural appearance. While studying at the National School of Arts and Crafts in Paris, Guariche familiarized himself with the pioneers of modern industrial design and the concept of social rationalism. In 1959, he began with the production of his own lamps and furniture from a rented apartment, laying the foundation for an outstanding and influential career as a designer and architect. Today, Guariche's interior lights are being produced by traditional French manufacturer Sammode, which has had a reputation for impeccable functional lights since 1927. The only deviation from the original designs are amenities such as LED modules, dimmers and Bluetooth connection to the Casambi app. More products from Pierre Guariche

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