Lampe Berger, the 110-year old French luxury home fragrance company has opened a pop up store in New York. The boutique features the complete range of Lampe Berger's latest cutting edge technology with products that deodorize, create beautiful scents and decorate the home with exquisite designs.
"This Pop Up Store gives us the perfect opportunity to create an enticing, luxurious environment in which to share the Lampe Berger experience with the people of Manhattan," says Cherry Robinson, Lampe Berger Vice President of Marketing and Sales.
Lampe Berger's beautiful signature lamps, each a work of art in itself, are available for purchase as well as its exquisite home fragrance collection---just in time for anyone searching for a truly unique gift to give a friend of loved one for the holidays. Lampe Berger products create an atmosphere where undesirable odors are banished, leaving an environment that is delicately scented. Its new scent-release system known as "catalysis" provides clean and beautifully scented air at home.
The first Lampe Berger lamp was created in 1898 by Maurice Berger, a pharmacy dispenser, to purify the air in hospital wards. By 1930, as fragrances were skyrocketing in popularity around the world, the company's dispensers, known as "lampes" had become a collector's item. Early collectors included artists Jean Cocteau and Pablo Picasso. Lampe Berger is known for its many innovations, many of which are patented around the world.