“Satellite” ceiling light in perforated green metal.
Mathieu Matégot (1910–2001) was born in Hungary but settled in Paris in 1931 after finishing his studies at Budapest’s School of Art and Architecture. In Paris he worked as a set creator at the Folies Bergères and a window dresser at the Galeries Lafayette, and in 1944 he founded a studio for handcrafted furniture in Paris. The ‘Satellite’ ceiling light in perforated metal, a foldable and malleable material Matégot invented and patented, was designed in 1953.
His furnitures and ligtning are part of the collections at Musée des Art Décoratifs and Centre Pompidou in Paris.
H 30 x W 45 x D 27 cm
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