Maison Arlus

Maison Arlus is a French lighting design company that was founded in the early 20th century by Robert and Jean Arlus. The company quickly gained recognition for its innovative and stylish lighting designs, which were characterized by their use of high-quality materials and their focus on functionality.
Maison Arlus became particularly well-known for its use of metal and brass in its designs, which were often adorned with intricate and geometric patterns. The company's lamps and chandeliers were popular in both residential and commercial settings, and were featured in a number of high-profile interior design projects, including the design of the Parisian department store Galeries Lafayette.
Over the years, Maison Arlus collaborated with a number of notable designers, including Jacques Biny, Pierre Guariche, and Michel Buffet, and continued to produce a wide range of lighting fixtures that were both functional and aesthetically pleasing. Today, many of Maison Arlus's vintage designs are highly sought after by collectors and design enthusiasts.
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