It all starts when Jean-Louis Domecq designs a lamp adapted to the needs of his activity, a simple, robust, articulated lamp with no cables in its joints.
Its system by circular and concentric contact in the articulated arms makes it its particularity, a revolutionary concept composed of chrysocale, an alloy of copper, zinc and tin.
The final model was born in 1953.
The success is there: the “Jieldé” lamp invests factories, workshops, drawing tables.
It affects the general public because it leaves the industrial world to enchant the interiors of our homes, thanks to the multiplicity of finishes offered.
The Jieldé, a star.
From then on, the “Standard” becomes “Loft”. In 2003, the “Signal” is born, which is a replica of the original lamp in smaller size. The “Augustin”, “Clément” and “Beaumont” and “Dante” suspensions will follow, the reissue of the “LaK” lamp and the Aicler range in 2019.
The lamps are still handmade, with the original tools, in the workshops of Saint Priest, in the suburbs of Lyon in France.
Each lamp manufactured is unique by its number. The collections offer a wide choice of colors and finishes.