The luminaire is an inexhaustible source of inspiration for designers. From eighteenth-century chandeliers to uncluttered sconces from the 1950s, it has gone through all periods, adapting to different lifestyles. Ceremonial light or extra light. In bronze and crystal or in aluminum and chromed metal. To be installed or fixed. The luminaire signs an interior giving it its finishing touch, its atmosphere, its atmosphere. Big signatures have emerged in the 20th century: Jacques Biny, Serge Mouille, Gio Ponti, Gae Aulenti ... Large houses have been created: Venini, Arlus, Baguès, Veronese, Lunel ... All are present today at Paul Bert Serpette In the same way as the Louis XV chandeliers or the Directoire lanterns.