During a period of forward-looking post-war optimism, Matégot put his own material innovation, Rigitulle, to work in his Satellite Collection, named with a nod to the scientific progress in France. In this pioneering technique, metal tubes are combined with perforated sheet metal. Like a fabric, Rigitulle can be bent, folded and shaped, giving Matégot's design transparency, lightness and timelessness.
The collection consists of pendant lamps in two sizes and one wall lamp in several colours. Each lamp includes a unique bulb covered in perforated metal to exude an atmospheric light.