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"Diane" modernist table lamp with a chrome steel structure standing on a tainted beech wood base holding a light hemispherical orientable reflector. Reflector's diameter: 16cm.
Original chrome.
Renewed wiring for European use. The original base switcher has been bypassed and replaced by a switcher on the …

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Jacques Adnet

Jacques Adnet was a towering figure in 20th-century avant-garde French design, known for his luxurious Art Deco furniture and interiors. Educated in architecture at the École des Arts Décoratifs in Paris, Adnet began his career working with his twin brother Jean, and would soon forge relationships with a team of collaborators that included Charlotte Perriand, Georges Jouve, Alexandre Noll, and Serge Mouille. Drawing on classical and traditional precedents, Adnet believed in function above all else, and his streamlined, modernist designs emphasized material—like leather, brushed metals, and precious woods. One of his most iconic designs is the Adnet Mirror, a single circular pane hung from a leather strap. “What a lot of work to achieve simplicity,” he once said.

Selected exhibitions
2020
Design by NatureMaison Gerard
2019
On View at The Elizabeth CollectiveMaison Gerard
2013
The Winter Antiques Show 2013Maison Gerard
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Desk Table Lamp "Diane", by Jacques Adnet, ca. 1930

Chrome steel, beech wood
10 6/25 × 11 81/100 × 6 3/10 in
26 × 30 × 16 cm
Unique
€3,100
Location
Paris
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"Diane" modernist table lamp with a chrome steel structure standing on a tainted beech …

Medium
Manufacturer
Jacques Adnet

Jacques Adnet was a towering figure in 20th-century avant-garde French design, known for his luxurious Art Deco furniture and interiors. Educated in architecture at the École des Arts Décoratifs in Paris, Adnet began his career working with his twin brother Jean, and would soon forge relationships with a team of collaborators that included Charlotte Perriand, Georges Jouve, Alexandre Noll, and Serge Mouille. Drawing on classical and traditional precedents, Adnet believed in function above all else, and his streamlined, modernist designs emphasized material—like leather, brushed metals, and precious woods. One of his most iconic designs is the Adnet Mirror, a single circular pane hung from a leather strap. “What a lot of work to achieve simplicity,” he once said.

Selected exhibitions (3)
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