Serge Mouille (24 December 1922 - 1988) was a French industrial designer and goldsmith. He is best known for his light fixture designs.
e was born and raised in a popular part of Paris. At the age of 13 he was admitted to the École des Arts Appliqués. His area of study was metallurgy and he earned a diploma in silversmithing.
After having worked a few years in the workshop of Gabriel Lacroix, he opened his own workshop in 1945 with the intention of creating silverware utensils.
In 1953 he began researching and designing light fixtures. During this period he was also supervising the gold smithing department at l'École des Arts Appliqués. In 1955 he was inducted into the Société des Artistes Décorateurs ("the Interior Decorators' Society").
The following year, Steph Simon opened a design gallery at 145 Bd St Germain in Paris. Displaying the work of Charlotte Perriand and Jean Prouvé, the gallery soon also featured the work of Serge Mouille, Isamu Noguchi, and Jean Luce.