Sammode Lighting

Sammode Lighting

Paris - France / Founded in 1927, the French company Sammode designs high end lighting solutions. All products are 100 % Made-in-France. Have a look at our universe!
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Ignite your summer nights with the warm and cosy light of Bodom, a luminaire specifically designed for gardens and terraces. Its concrete and aluminum structure as well as its impervious equipment makes it a perfect and sturdy fit for your outdoors all year round. #Sammode

Ignite your summer nights with the warm and cosy light of Bodom, a luminaire specifically designed for gardens and terraces. Its concrete and aluminum structure as well as its impervious equipment makes it a perfect and sturdy fit for your outdoors all year round. #Sammode

Ignite your summer nights with the warm and cosy light of Bodom, a luminaire specifically designed for gardens and terraces. Its concrete and aluminum structure as well as its impervious equipment makes it a perfect and sturdy fit for your outdoors all year round. #Sammode

Ignite your summer nights with the warm and cosy light of Bodom, a luminaire specifically designed for gardens and terraces. Its concrete and aluminum structure as well as its impervious equipment makes it a perfect and sturdy fit for your outdoors all year round. #Sammode

Ignite your summer nights with the warm and cosy light of Bodom, a luminaire specifically designed for gardens and terraces. Its concrete and aluminum structure as well as its impervious equipment makes it a perfect and sturdy fit for your outdoors all year round. #Sammode

Ignite your summer nights with the warm and cosy light of Bodom, a luminaire specifically designed for gardens and terraces. Its concrete and aluminum structure as well as its impervious equipment makes it a perfect and sturdy fit for your outdoors all year round. #Sammode

Sammode also lights wine cellars, as for instance those of the italian vineyard of Santa Margherita with Darwin 133. Think about it during a summer dinner with a good glass of wine.

Sammode also lights wine cellars, as for instance those of the italian vineyard of Santa Margherita with Darwin 133. Think about it during a summer dinner with a good glass of wine.

Sammode also lights wine cellars, as for instance those of the italian vineyard of Santa Margherita with Darwin 133. Think about it during a summer dinner with a good glass of wine.

Sammode also lights wine cellars, as for instance those of the italian vineyard of Santa Margherita with Darwin 133. Think about it during a summer dinner with a good glass of wine.

The architect Julie Deglesne from Panama Architecture used the luminaire Gude to design Amami, a hybrid space that is a combination of a coffee shop, a bento cantine and a japanese teahouse. Gude accentuates the cosy and refined aspect of the space with a 360° degrees delicate and all-encompassing light.

The architect Julie Deglesne from Panama Architecture used the luminaire Gude to design Amami, a hybrid space that is a combination of a coffee shop, a bento cantine and a japanese teahouse. Gude accentuates the cosy and refined aspect of the space with a 360° degrees delicate and all-encompassing light.

The architect Julie Deglesne from Panama Architecture used the luminaire Gude to design Amami, a hybrid space that is a combination of a coffee shop, a bento cantine and a japanese teahouse. Gude accentuates the cosy and refined aspect of the space with a 360° degrees delicate and all-encompassing light.

The architect Julie Deglesne from Panama Architecture used the luminaire Gude to design Amami, a hybrid space that is a combination of a coffee shop, a bento cantine and a japanese teahouse. Gude accentuates the cosy and refined aspect of the space with a 360° degrees delicate and all-encompassing light.

The architect Julie Deglesne from Panama Architecture used the luminaire Gude to design Amami, a hybrid space that is a combination of a coffee shop, a bento cantine and a japanese teahouse. Gude accentuates the cosy and refined aspect of the space with a 360° degrees delicate and all-encompassing light.

The architect Julie Deglesne from Panama Architecture used the luminaire Gude to design Amami, a hybrid space that is a combination of a coffee shop, a bento cantine and a japanese teahouse. Gude accentuates the cosy and refined aspect of the space with a 360° degrees delicate and all-encompassing light.

Normal Studio’s designers, art directors of Sammode, have conceived in 2016, a sculptural installation, reminiscent of Villa Noailles’s cubist garden created in 1925. A luminous and poetic hide and seek effect created by the iconic Cherubini models.   Photo: Emmanuel Louisgrand

Normal Studio’s designers, art directors of Sammode, have conceived in 2016, a sculptural installation, reminiscent of Villa Noailles’s cubist garden created in 1925. A luminous and poetic hide and seek effect created by the iconic Cherubini models. Photo: Emmanuel Louisgrand

Normal Studio’s designers, art directors of Sammode, have conceived in 2016, a sculptural installation, reminiscent of Villa Noailles’s cubist garden created in 1925. A luminous and poetic hide and seek effect created by the iconic Cherubini models.   Photo: Emmanuel Louisgrand

Normal Studio’s designers, art directors of Sammode, have conceived in 2016, a sculptural installation, reminiscent of Villa Noailles’s cubist garden created in 1925. A luminous and poetic hide and seek effect created by the iconic Cherubini models. Photo: Emmanuel Louisgrand