Satellite Pendant

Mathieu Matégot

Designed in 1953 by Mathieu Matégot, the Satellite pendant was a wink and tribute to the scientific progress in France in the years after World War II. Its sculptural aesthetic and distinctive geometric shape is emphasized by Rigitulle, a groundbreaking technique and material invented by the designer himself, thus enabling him to fold the perforated fabric-like metal sheet to an original oblong shape that exudes a special atmospheric light.


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