With the iconic Jielde Lamp as a common denominator these inspiring modern home decor images need careful inspection. Each stylish detail is an interesting home decoration idea!
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Jielde Lamp History
It’s hard to believe that one of the most popular task lamps one the market is a design classic that has been around for decades!
First came the Anglepoise, designed in England in 1932, and then the Jieldé. The designer of the Anglepoise was George Carwardine, an automotive engineer who owned a factory that made suspension systems for cars.
Jielde, the most rigid working lamp in the world designed by Jean Louis Domecq, a machinist. In the late 1940,tired of searching for a reliable and practical lamp to equip the machines in his workshop, Jean-Louis Domecq (1920-1983) decides to design and construct his own lamp. A lamp that should perform well under heavy duty circumstances. He wanted something that could articulate into a range of positions without interfering with electrical wiring (which was often a fire hazard in articulating lamps), and that could also withstand the conditions of an industrial workshop.
Today, Jielde lamps are recognized to be iconics pieces of industrial French art they are hand made in Lyon, France with the same original gesture.