1950s Jacques Adnet style leather floor lamp. Brass frame, finishings to define. Leather wrapping with Hermès style saddle-stitching.


Icon of luxurious French modernism, Jacques Adnet was an Art Deco furniture designer, architect and interior designer. Among many commissions, he decorated the private apartments of the French President at the Elysée Palace. During the 1950s he created leather-covered furniture with Hermès.

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Vosges manufactures in France leather-covered lamps or furniture. We also master saddle stitching which is a hand-stitching technique commonly used among saddle makers. Luxury brands such as Hermès likewise use this technique for handmade leather goods and luxury leather-covered furniture. All our pieces are bespoke and also made upon order. As a result, our team can adapt the models of our collection to your requested dimensions, finishings and wiring standards. Vosges furthermore designs and crafts any pieces from your own drawings or images.

Top members of Architectural’ s Digest AD100 and Elle Decor’s A-List henceforth hire Vosges as a trustworthy source for tailor-made chairs, furniture and lighting. As a result, you will find our work in exclusive apartments, town houses, manors and super-yachts all around the world.

Source: Wikipedia.

Photo: Thomas Hennocque