Originally designed to purify the air in hospital wards at the turn of the 20th century, the little lamp by pharmacy technician Maurice Berger quickly became a huge hit with the public.
Revisited by renowned designers, adopted by great figures of the art world (Coco Chanel, Picasso, Colette or Jean Cocteau), it gradually became a style icon, appreciated as much for its elegant lines as its delicate fragrances.
Faced with such enthusiasm, Maurice Berger's successors have chosen to continue to explore this very special universe with new design objects, such as bouquets, candles and many more.
As the name "Lampe Berger" no longer reflects the full diversity of the brand's creations, it now chooses the name "Maison Berger Paris". Tribute to a unique place of creation and inspiration around a French passion for the arts and interior perfumery
It is thanks to its exclusive patented burner that the Berger lamp purifies and perfumes the indoor air like no other system. Indeed, the diffusion by catalysis really destroys the molecules of the undesirable odors. The perfume of the room is thus fast, homogeneous and durable even when the volume of this one is important