Serge Mouille designed his angular, insect-like lights as"a reaction to the Italian models that were beginning to invade the market in 1950," which he criticized for being"too complicated." His large-scale Three-Arm Floor Lamp (1952) has a kinetic, sculptural aesthetic that evokes a sense of movement in space. All of the arms can be rotated in various directions, allowing for ample, well-directed lighting for any task.
Mouille Designed The Three-Arm Lamp For A Client Whose Instructions Were Simply,"I Want A Big Light Because I Have Clients In South America Who Have Huge Rooms." All Of His Lighting Solutions Feature Mouille's Hallmark Signatures As A Designer:The Way The Arms Are Joined To The Diffusers, The Washer And Six-sided Screw Hardware, The Form Of The Reflectors, And The Refined Lines Of The Steel Tubing.