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For more than 100 years, Roger Pradier® has been illuminating the exteriors of homes, hotels and restaurants, gardens, terraces and public spaces, with one strong guideline: quality without compromise. This is still the case with its latest models.

Labeled Living Heritage Company, the brand relies on 40 colors or finishes in order to diversify its collections as much as possible. Pieces that are both functional and aesthetic, made in France and designed to offer unique and warm moments of light. 

Matali Crasset imagined “La Hutte”, a collection of original outdoor lighting available in three versions: a table lamp, a suspension and a free-standing version. The collection is inspired by the shape of a hut, the primitive form of shelter with at its center fire, essential to life. Composed of a metal base available in several colors and a protective envelope in transparent blown glass, the luminaire diffuses a warm light.

Inspired by the iconic Belcour collection, the rounded Cooper wall lamp will find its place above an entrance, in a garden, near a terrace as a wall or ceiling lamp for an elegant and modern atmosphere. A minimalist model, available in several versions and finishes to dress all spaces, signed Stéphane Joyeux. 

Stéphane Joyeux, again for the Hugy collection which offers graphic and refined shapes. Associated with colors full of pep, the Huggy wall lamp will awaken outdoor spaces.

Nomadic outdoor lamp from the Lampiok collection, the eponymous graphic and original hand lamp is once again designed by Stéphane Joyeux. "Lampiok 1" is available in several outdoor models: suspension, nomadic lamp, floor lamp and wall lamp. Voluntarily monochrome, the lantern is customizable in a wide choice of colors.

Stéphane Joyeux always for Sherlock which reveals a folded aluminum body and original lines. Available in all the colors of the color chart of the made in France brand, Sherlock brings the perfect industrial and elegant touch to illuminate outdoor spaces.

 

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To learn more, visit Rogier Pradier's website.

 



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