Chandelier M101 designed by Pierre Paulin for Ozone.

Pierre Paulin

Ozone was selected by Pierre Paulin’s family to reproduce the chandeliers designed for the Maison de Radio in Paris in 1964.

The 2 chandeliers, hung in a low position, magnified the height and the bold architecture of the space.

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Elysée designed by Pierre Paulin in our project in partnership with Paulin Paulin Paulin, with Ozone
Sconce Untitled A designed by Etienne Gounot and Eric Jähnke, Chandelier M101 designed by Pierre Paulin for our project appartment Porte Dauphine, for Ozone.

After a fruitful development collaboration, they decided to give Ozone the license to edit these lightings, which have not been produced since their creation.

And so the M101 collection was born. It contains 4 references available in a white lacquered finish:

Chandeliers with 12, 8, 6 spheres and a pendant of one sphere.

After a fruitful development collaboration, they decided to give Ozone the license to edit these lightings, which have not been produced since their creation.

And so the M101 collection was born. It contains 4 references available in a white lacquered finish:

Chandeliers with 12, 8, 6 spheres and a pendant of one sphere.

When I’m working on a problem,
I never think about beauty.
But when I’ve finished,
if the solution is not beautiful
I know it’s wrong.

– Buckminster Fuller

When I’m working on a problem,
I never think about beauty.
But when I’ve finished,
if the solution is not beautiful
I know it’s wrong.

– Buckminster Fuller

maison radio pierre paulin m101
maison radio pierre paulin m101
Chandelier M101 designed by Pierre Paulin for Ozone.
designed by

Pierre Paulin

Born in 1927 in Paris, Pierre Paulin began in the 1950s with numerous works for manufacturers. In 1972 he brings modernity to the Elysée with the President Pompidou, then creates all the furniture of the office of F. Mitterrand and renovates the dining room for J. Chirac. At the same time, he worked on industrial projects (Calor, Allibert, Stamp), corporate images (Air France) and set up train stations (Gare de Lyon, Gare de Versailles Rive Gauche). His pieces of furniture are present in many museums around the world.
In 2018, Ozone built a relationship with his son, Benjamin Paulin, and launched the M101 chandeliers designed by his father for the Maison de la Radio in Paris in 1964.

Products from the collection Pierre Paulin

Focus on the M101 chandelier designed by Pierre Paulin for Ozone.

Paulin M101 Chandelier