It all began when Maurice Berger, pharmacy dispenser, at the end of the 19th century wanted to purify the air in hospital rooms via catalysis, which did not disguise odours, but actually destroyed them. The Lampe Berger was born.
Propelled by the creativity of the era, Lampe Berger was promoted from the role of purifying the atmosphere to that of creating a mood. It was no longer just an efficient glass bottle, but an elegant exercise in style; it was no longer a matter of purifying the air, but of diffusing delicate fragrances.
Then, it became more than a lamp: no longer just a bottle, it also became a candle, a twig, a bouquet. It was in glass or porcelain, and then became wax and wood too.
It is more than an object; it is a Maison, it is Maison Berger Paris.