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At the end of the 1940s, tired of not finding a fixture adapted to his general mechanical activity, Jean-Louis Domecq draws one. After some trial and error, the final drawing is frozen in April 1950.
It corresponds perfectly to the set specifications: simple, robust, articulated so that it adapts to any workstation.
With this great invention, Jean-Louis Domecq spent the years 1951 and 1952 to industrialize production. In 1953, he created a company dedicated to the commercialization of his lamp and whose initials of his name will form: Ji eL Dé.
Since then, this lamp called STANDARD by the customers, never ceased to be produced and will evolve by small keys according to the norms.
Deceased in 1983, Jean-Louis Domecq will not see his successors release the STANDARD from its purely industrial context to make a model of decoration.
Floor lamps, reading lights, wall sconces, all adorned with shimmering colors ... The STANDARD became LOFT.
In 2003, will be born the SIGNAL worthy replica of the LOFT, but of smaller size.
Following the AUGUSTIN suspensions in 2008, then the reissue of the LAK lamp in 2011.
Jieldé lamps are now recognized as icons of French industrial art.
They are made in Lyon (France) with the same gestures of yesteryear, all numbered to remain unique
|Materials||Aluminum - Porcelain (socket) -Cable covered with cotton|
|Power||100 W max|
|Reflector||Ø 54 cm|
|Ceiling||Ø120 mm / Height 40 mm hiding the domino and the fixing hook|
|Electric cord||2x1 mm², length 1.5 m with domino|
|Norms||IP 20 Class II|