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Mathieu Matégot, 1953

The Satellite lamp collection features a perforated and folded sheet metal shade in the shape of an oval, where the material contrasts elegantly with the organic floral inspiration. Initially available as a suspension lamp, it is now available as a large sculptural wall lamp.

Mathieu Matégot had the art of creating natural forms by using modern and at the time innovative materials such as pierced metal. He was the first to combine tubes and openwork metal sheets, a mixture that can be found in several of his designs.

Unlike many designers who spend years perfecting their technique, Mathieu Matégot devoted only a decade to the creation of objects and furniture, the 1950s, leaving behind him many outstanding creations which are today the delight of collectors.

Material perforated metal sheet

Light source E27 (bulbs included)

Satellite pendant

Cream white
(off / on)

Ø22 cm

Ø27 cm

Stone grey
(off / on)

Ø22 cm

Ø27 cm

Soft black
(off / on)

Ø22 cm

Ø27 cm

 Satellite wall / ceiling lamp


Black & White


Satellite Outdoor floor lamp

Cream white – 45 x 27 x H128 cm

Mustard – 45 x 27 x H128 cm

Satellite Outdoor pendant

Cream white – Ø22 x H31,5 cm

Cream white – Ø27 x H38,5 cm

Mustard – Ø22 x H31,5 cm

Mustard – Ø27 x H38,5 cm

Mathieu Matégot

Mathieu Matégot (1910 - 2001) was one of the most renowned French designers of the 1950s.

He studied at the Budapest School of Fine Arts. He then visited Italy and the United States and decided to settle in France. He began his career as a window dresser at Galeries Lafayette.

In 1933, he began designing furniture, notably using rattan and metal. However, in the context of the war, he decided to enlist but was taken prisoner. After the Liberation, he devoted himself to the creation of transparent metal objects and opened his own workshop in Paris and then in Casablanca.

He exhibited his work in 1952 at the Salon des Artistes Décorateurs et d'Automne. He quickly became a worldwide success. He particularly influenced the world of design with his avant-garde approach to shapes and materials.