Les tubes Sammode
INDUSTRIAL QUALITY AT THE SERVICE OF THE HOME
In 1967, Sammode developed its emblematic luminaire: the TFH or "Hermetic fluorescent tube". Very simple in appearance - a tubular casing closed at each end by a stainless steel flange - it actually benefits from a sophisticated technique that forges a perfectly identifiable aesthetic. Relevant and efficient, the product will quickly become a cult object. With nearly 50 years of experience in lighting in an industrial environment, Sammode now chooses to offer this expertise to the general public with the creation of a specific range of luminaires with timeless lines, under the Sammode label. Studio.
All have been completely redesigned for more domestic uses: luminous comfort, quality of light, choice of powers, fixing systems, functionality… From ambient lighting to emergency lighting, they are available in different types: wall, ceiling or pendant light. Their names are: Bendz, Cézanne, Cherubini, Coulomb, Dix, Elgar, Musset and Rimbaud.
THE EXPERIENCE OF MAJOR PROJECTS
The National Library of France, in Paris, and the Court of Justice of the European Communities, in Luxembourg, signed Dominique Perrault, the Ray and Maria Stata Center of the Massachussetts Institute of Technology by Frank Gehry, in Cambridge (United States), the Cité of sailing Éric Tabarly, in Lorient, of Jacques Ferrier, the headquarters of Nestlé-France, in Noisiel, by the Reichen & Robert agency, the House of adolescents at the Cochin hospital, in Paris, and the André Malraux media library , in Strasbourg, by Jean-Marc Ibos and Myrto Vitart, the Mama Shelter hotel, in Paris, decorated by Philippe Starck, etc., Sammode equips a number of public and private buildings each year, some of which require a more domestic atmosphere. Our lights provide fair and refined lighting, as well as a unique aesthetic with a strong identity.
LIGHTING FOR THE HOME
From our architectural ranges, the models of the Sammode Studio range have been completely redesigned and reconfigured for home use. Some include grids or other metal nets which accentuate their aesthetic singularity. All combine sobriety, elegance and efficiency for a feeling of both security and comfort. Praised by professionals, the performance and robustness of Sammode luminaires here give more emphasis to softness and emotion. The light is, of course, intangible, immaterial. For Sammode, it is matter, gives space its density, its thickness. Our vocation is to dress the light. You are then free to install these lights wherever and however you see fit. Mikado style, like this work by French artist François Morellet titled 10 Tubes de néon au Random or, in a more free and airy configuration, in the style of his Italian colleague Lucio Fontana, author of many pieces he calls Ambiances spatiales .