Maison Berger was founded in 1898 by French pharmaceutical dispenser Maurice Berger as a response to sepsis in hospitals. Maurice Berger created a system of diffusion by catalysis that introduced revolutionary technology that purifies air and destroys unwanted odors.
Nearly 100 years later, Maison Berger continues to develop and reinvent itself for the needs of the 21st century. Today Maison Berger has sold over 5 million liters of fragrances and over 800,000 lamps around the world. The Maison Berger lamps come in a variety of styles, designs and materials for all tastes. Maison Berger fragrances are inspired by nature and exotic destinations, varying from fresh florals, warm notes and enlivening amber tones.
Maison Berger lamps and fragrances are sold in over 56 countries. Every year, 15 new models are designed, created and added to the Maison Berger Collection, requiring up to 18 months of design work.