Our Lampe de Marseille style Wall Lamp is inspired by the design for Nemo. The Marseille Lamp, a design icon created by Le Corbusier finally reissued! A genius architect and designer, Le Corbusier created the “Cité Radieuse” in Marseille, a residence built between 1945 and 1952. From its conception, this experimental building tried to materialise a new form of city: a "vertical village" called a "Housing Unit". The Cité Radieuse is today classified as a historical monument. Le Corbusier even designed the lights in the apartments of his “city”. In 1954, he created the "Marseille Lamp", which he would have installed in the model apartments to optimise the lighting. Reissued by Nemo, this large wall lamp is a symbol of modernism of the 1950s. Inspired by the industrial lighting of the time, this wall light has a lampshade composed of two asymmetrical cones, containing two light sources. The lighting is both direct (directed downwards) and indirect (directed towards the ceiling). The Marseille Lamp allows the light to be oriented with great precision thanks to its long swivel arm which has two joints. Thanks to the long arm you can illuminate the top of a table as you would with a pendant. This wall light comes with a cable with a plug to connect to the mains.
Dimmable: No Base Type: E14 Voltage: 90-260V Power Source: AC Shade Type: Iron Model Number: SDJ-96 Light Source: LED Bulbs Material: Metal Certification: VDE Certification: UL Certification: SAA Certification: RoHS Certification: PSE Certification: LVD Certification: GS Certification: FCC Certification: EMC Certification: EAC Certification: CQC Certification: CE Certification: CCC Installation Type: Wall Mounted Warranty: 3 years
Estimated Delivery: 5-8 weeks
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