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uatre Saisons used to sell some of the most iconic and popular lighting in the 70’s:
– the famous round lampshades, lantern like, in Japanese rice paper, inspired by the lampshades of Noguchi ( 1904-1988) exclusively sold in France by Steph Simon Company boulevard Saint-Germain. The Quatre Saisons lampshades were much more accessible than the Noguchi ones, and could be hung in a bouquet shape at different heights above a side table or an armchair in a living room, being much more appropriate to the new 70’s lifestyle than the traditional ceiling lamps in Chinaware or linen.

-the adjustable lamps well known as “Architects lamp”, with its steel lacquered in many different colors, that one screwed directly to a desk, a shelf or a console in the lobby….Let’s say everywhere, they were so fashionable.

 

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