In 1961, thanks to the Societe de Creation des Modeles, Serge Mouille was able to exhibit his latest light fixture designs at the trade show Salon des arts menagers. These designs combined the concepts of fluorescence and incandescence. Serge Mouille remains famous primarily for his minimalistic designs and use of uniformly black painted metal materials. His wall-mounted spot light fixture with articulated arms is typical for his discrete, yet highly functional designs. Simple and elegant, this ceiling lamp makes a dramatic addition to a variety of room settings. With 3 rotating arms of differing lengths and heads that revolve and tilt, this lamp is capable of projecting upwards, downwards and sideways. True to the original design, the lamp is finished in either black or white with brass swivels connecting the shades and brass stops for the arms.