Exceptional. These are the switches resulting from the collaboration between two major renowned brands: the famous jewelry house Tournaire and Meljac, the French manufacturer known for its high-end electrical equipment... 

A collaboration that allows jewelry to invite itself into interiors and to push back the limits of decoration. Here, the switches are like no other, they almost become works of art. 

Thus, the bronze models take up both the artistic codes and the jewelery know-how of Maison Tournaire and the unequaled technicality and expertise of the manufacturer Meljac.

The result of this exceptional partnership is a collection of six pieces featuring the jeweler's six iconic motifs. The switches dressed in this way are almost self-sufficient… Thanks to the different designs and possible finishes, they are also infinitely customizable… 

Creativity is limitless and tailor-made can easily become the rule. The most extravagant ideas thus take shape: the switch can then be adorned with rare metals, precious stones, unexpected patterns... 

It even becomes a piece of “high jewelry” thanks to three prestigious models set with diamonds and sapphires… 

A very precious collection revealing, without a doubt, the most luxurious switches in the world…  


About Meljac X Tournaire:

Since 1995, the French manufacturer Meljac has established itself as the leader in high-end electrical equipment. It is by constantly pushing back the limits of luxury that he is the only one capable of sublimating the simplest everyday functional objects. Its collaboration with the Tournaire jewelry house is a new illustration of this.


Editor's choice: 

Worthy of true works of art, the Meljac X Tournaire Décor switches could only win us over. The beautiful, the sublime, the luxury on functional elements, you had to think about it. For the pleasure it gives us and the expert work it requires, the collaboration won the Miaw Design Awards 2022 in the "Lighting / Switch" category.


 To learn more, visit the Meljac website.

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