Serge Mouille is the founder of the modern lighting movement. His original work is more art than functional lighting, but the lights work well if used. The reason that art experts think of his work as more art than lighting is that at recent auctions some of his original lighting work sold in the neighborhood of $100, 000 or more.
Today, collectors can buy limited edition replicas of his work made using his methods and materials. Following
his death at age 66 demand for his work still had demand. His widow decided to allow the making of Sergio’s lighting in limited editions so the market did not dilute itself. Every piece sold has a certificate of authenticity.
His work is shown on the website for Serge Mouille, USA. Enthusiast can also invest on site in a certified replica of his work for a fraction of the cost of an original.
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That’s right, when you buy luxury lighting you add a new dimension in your home and lighting from Serge Mouille is an item that you enjoy forever or, if you sell, increases the value of your home.
Today, architects design homes with aesthetics that appeal to the millennial generation. These folks look closely at the latest trends and passionately care about how things work as well as how they are made. They like the clean, simple, and elegant design of designers such as Serge Mouille. Installing lighting such as this in your home increases its value and is an investment for consideration.
Furthermore, high-quality luxury lighting lasts a lifetime in functionality and as functional art.
Modern lighting design dates back to the middle of the twentieth century. Serge Mouille began his designs for luxury lighting in 1953 and concluded his lighting design career about a decade later. He is the epitome by which other modern lighting designers face comparison.
To learn more about the works of Serge Mouille visit the US website or if in New York or planning to visit the city, call them at 718-384-4399 to arrange an appointment at their Brooklyn site that is close to Manhattan, just off the Williamsburg Bridge.