At the dawn of the 20th century, the study of beauty was exploring new avenues and Cubism was drawing its path, in a straight line. In the 70s, geometry was the ruler, but it was rounded, and slightly psychedelic. The start of this century witnessed the renewal of graphic trends borrowed from the past and often revisited with mischief. In keeping with the times, Maison Berger Paris has invited Armand Delsol, from the De Vog design agency, to dream up a series of contemporary perfuming objects for the home. The Black Geometry lamp is part of this graphical series. It features multiple faces, sharp angles and a meticulously made glass body, where the impeccable graphics rival only with originality. A fragrance diffuser that stands out through its unusual, slightly mysterious Black color; a grey which enhances its subtle violet reflections. The Fresh Linen Home Fragrance is a childhood memory, the memory of our mothers, our grandmothers, and all the mothers before her, will go perfectly with this Liquorice Geometry Lampe Berger. The top notes play out a floral and fresh composition, before revealing a powdery heart, nestled on a soft and comfortable base of vanilla and musk.