Berger lamp Olympe collection

Maison Berger Paris is first and foremost a mythical, designer object that is well over a century old.

The story begins at the end of the 1898th century, in XNUMX, when Maurice Berger invented a catalytic diffusion system – a “lamp” in the etymological sense of the term – in order to purify the air in hospitals and rid certain places of chemical pollutants. .

Berger Glaçon Nude and white lamps

From the 1930s, the Berger “lamp”, with its patented process, met with enormous success. It is found in many interiors: it has become a decorative object.

More than a century after its creation, Maison Berger Paris has just arrived in le Marais. It is here that it presents its vast range which has been greatly enriched over 120 years. The only constant: its scented creations are conducive to well-being and calming.

The Pure Ruban “Vanille Gourmet” perfume box

Since now we know the virtues of aromatherapy with its beneficial effects on emotions, heart rate, but also blood pressure, breathing, memory, stress or hormonal balance.

Thanks to this and its bottles designed by designers like Lolita Lempicka, Armand Delsol, Johnatha Adler or big names in glass (Lalique, Baccarat, Gallé, etc.), Maison Berger Paris has been labeled a “Living Heritage Company” in 2015 – a designation that distinguishes companies and industrial and artisanal know-how of excellence.

Shepherd House
75 Street Old Temple, 75003 Paris
Monday to Sunday from 11 a.m. to 19 p.m.
Tel: +01 53 75 48 94

Berger Pyramid Lamps

Text: Katia Barillot

12.12.21

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