30 May | Sophie
Although there is little documented about the Canadian designer Rougier we know that their designs were produced between 1970-80. Most famously specialising in lamps, their designs depict organic and naturalistic shapes. Ornate floral and whimsical shell-like designs made from acrylic resin sit alongside their tubular creations which comprise of tall ovoid and spherical lamps; a favourite of prop departments on film sets.
Featured in cult films such as ‘The Hunger Games’, ‘Scar Face’, as well as ‘Star Trek’ these are truly iconic designs.
Pictured above set alongside the 28 Piece Black Leather De Sede DS 600 Sectional Leather Sofa 1987
These tubular creations have also been used on set in high fashion photo shoots for various publications and designers.
The designs created from milky white resin, when lit, give a beautifully soft illumination. These pieces would fit wonderfully in a Hollywood Regency style space where their luscious curves could complement the sumptuous and luxurious interior. Set alongside low-lying furniture these bold accessories can make a fabulous statement.
Credit Firmdale Hotels, Haymarket Hotel, Shooting Gallery
They also work impeccably in contemporary interior settings with their ‘otherworldly’ appearance.
Designed by stylist Laura Fulmine for a recent Wallpaper shoot.
Talisman have some stunning Rougier pieces in stock.
SHOP THE LOOK
An Exceptional and Rare Pair of Spherical Wall Sconce by Rougier Canada Late 1970s
An Exceptional Matched Pair of Rougier designed Acrylic Table Lamps Canada Late 1970s
A Rare Rougier Designed Lamp Canada late 1970s stamped
A Single Large Clam Shaped Rougier Lamp Canada Late 1970s
A Large Rare Rougier Designed Table Lamp Canada late 1970s
A Tulip Shaped Acrylic Lamp by Rougier 1970s
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