In design, geometry is a never-ending source of inspiration. Cubists in the early 20th century revisited lines and forms. In the 70s, curves were the stars of funky designs and unlikely wallpapers. Our decade, in turn, has also revisited the line, the parallel, perpendiculars, and every angle!
It was therefore natural for Maison Berger Paris to call on the De Vog design agency and its founder, Armand Delsol, once again to work on this design trend. The result is the Geometry collection, of which the Pomegranate lamp is a part of. This fragrance diffuser is an example of dynamism and modernity. A straight, slender, shiny silver mounting. A pomegranate-coloured bottle, a daring choice of flamboyant yet subtle red. The fragrance proposed, the Paris Chic Home Fragrance, adds a further touch of originality. A complex bouquet of notes which are delicate, classical and resolutely modern. An escapade to the heart of French lifestyle, never equalled and always up-to-date.