Jieldé is a French lighting company that was founded by Jean-Louis Domecq in 1953. He decided to launch the company after being frustrated by a lack of light sources to equip the workstations of his facility.
His first design, a lamp system, was followed by a table, floor, and wall-mounted versions of that same system. The fixture was designed a multi-joint, articulated arm embodied in a super robust construction.
Marie-Françoise, Domecq’s daughter, took charge of the company after her father passed away. Until this day the Jieldé lamps are made in Lyon, this according to the same unique and traditional methods. The same methods that set the tone for its success; a production of functional and high performance lamps.