Wall lamp model B206 by Michel Buffet, new edition.

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Wall lamp model B206 by Michel Buffet, new edition.

French industrial designer of the 50s, Michel Buffet first collaborate with Raymond Loewy then becomes famous with his floor lamp model B211 edited by Robert Mathieu in 1952.

In 1953 Michel Buffet creates the Wall lamp model B206. Made of a single sheet of lacquered steel, it surprises with its avant-gardism, its simplicity, and the softness of its indirect lighting.

It has been relaunched since 2012 by the manufacturer of the Serges Mouille luminaries, and made in France, in a perfect respect for the original.

Available in white or black.

42W max - E14 halogen bulb included.

On demand. Delivery time 8 weeks.

Free shipping for EU.

Year 1953
Dimensions See picture
Material Steel, Golden brass
Style Classique
Origin France
Fournisseur Lignes De Démarcation

Buffet, Michel

Michel Buffet was born in Paris on November 1, 1931. He devoted himself, from the beginning of his professional career, to the creation of furniture for the home and lighting fixtures. Following his training as an engineer and interior designer.


His iconic B211 floor lamp was firstly producted by Robert Mathieu and the lamps and wall lamps by Luminalite in the fifties.


His meeting with Jacques Viénot, the creator of Technès, guided his professional career towards industrial esthetics.


He later met the founder of the Compagnie de l'Esthétique Industrielle, Raymond Loewy. He became a close collaborator developing activities, projects and achievements in the world of transport, capital goods and consumer products.


Then, Michel Buffet created his own company "Vector Industrial Design", always with the same objectives. His clients were Aerospace, Channel Tunnel, Hong Kong Subway, National Navy.


He met the director, Danielle Schirman, of the first Concorde film and a second on "Les Lampes Noires by Serge Mouille", in 2011. She requested the use of "Les Lampes Blanches by Michel Buffet" in Serge Mouille's movie. All this was inspired by the meeting between Claude and Didier Delpiroux, managers of Editions Serge Mouille company.


This meeting was the beginning of a wonderful friendship and the creation of Lignes de Demarcation in 2012.