G30 Floor Lamp

Origin France

Elegant and playful, the G30, also known as "The Kite," features a perforated reflector resembling a wind-filled sail gently pulling a ship's bow. 

Like all of Pierre Guariche's luminaires, the light source is concealed behind a diffuser, which provides warm ambient illumination while highlighting the delicate brass structure. 

Handcrafted in Châtillon-sur-Saône, France.



Pierre Guariche

Pierre Guariche (1926–1995) was a French designer and architect. Arguably the father of mid-century modern lighting in France, his designs were published by Pierre Disderot in the 1950s and 1960s.

Guariche saw himself primarily as an architect, having designed various homes and interiors, but he was also an innovative furniture designer. Among his many designs, he may be remembered most for his iconic luminaires, which defined an era and remain relevant today, speaking to their beautiful, timeless design.

Sammode's re-issues are faithful to the original designs while incorporating today’s technologies, benefitting from exceptional production quality and French manufacture.

Pierre Guariche