With a collection of lamps, furniture (chairs, tables) and accessories for the home, originally designed in the 1970s by French artist Odile Mir and now re-issued by her granddaughter, the interior architect Léonie Alma Mason.

These are iconic designs in the history of 20th-century furniture, popularized by the manufacturer—the furniture chain Prisunic— at a time when design fueled a quest for utopia and a modern lifestyle.

These inventive creations have been redesigned for a new generation of aficionados seeking bold, functional and timelessly modern objects, which retain the integrity of the original pieces. A set for the home, in compliance with a sustainable, semi-industrial production process, made by craftspeople in Paris, France and Europe, with short supply chains.

The DUO dual-purpose lamp featuring a sculptural chrome-plated arch, designed in 1971, will be produced and sold for the first time by LOMM Editions. This will be followed by the production of the FILO chair, footrest and magazine rack. This ever-fashionable line creates a perfect balance between the finesse and lightness of the metal curves and the weight of the sitter.

For its preview, LOMM Editions has selected a bookstore with an original 1970s decor. The arrangement, by LA.M Studio, presents an immersive artistic installation, including 25 numbered copies of the DUO lamp and the first edition of the catalogue raisonné, ODILE MIR ŒVRES I. DESIGN. They will be available for sale exclusively on site and at the lommeditions.com online shop.

Léonie Alma Mason (1987) runs LA.M Studio. Her architectural firm, launched in 2014 in Paris, creates spaces for living, working and play, in France and abroad. Interiors that are in tune with the times, minimalist and sophisticated. Growing up in a family that was attuned to contemporary art, she designs open spaces with a fluid dialogue between art objects and designers’ collection.

LOMM Editions combines her initials and those of her grandmother. This collection of existing furniture and re-issued designs of iconic objects and furniture expands the company’s activity, built around custom-designed interiors in collaboration with artists and designers.

Odile Mir (1926) is a self-taught artist well-known for her singular sculptures of the female body made from industrial materials and for her architectural structures erected in the public sphere. She lives in Toulouse. Her works are in private collections and institutions, including the Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris and the Musée des Arts Décoratifs.

In 2021, LOMM Editions is focusing on her design work that began in 1969, which she interrupted and then returned to ten years ago. Her designs using tubular steel, leather and fabric feature an avant-garde style and naturally elegant materials; they were manufactured in the workshops of the Delmas factory in Montauban and distributed by the Printemps store in Paris.