Table light pivotante à poser, design Charlotte Perriand, Nemo
Charlotte Perriand (1903 – 1999) is one of the most influent french modernist designer. Together with Le Corbusier, Jean Prouvé or Pierre Jeanneret, she is part of the 50’s designer whose works are highly collectible.
Table lamp with cylindrical body, open on two sides, on which two diffusers rotate and allow the opening and closure of the lighting beam, to adjust a direct or indirect light. Base in steel, body in metal sheet enameled in white, yellow or blue. Switch on cable.
Size ø 12,5 cm, H. 20 cm.
Nemo was founded in 1993 in Milan by Franco Cassina, owner of Cassina S.p.A. and by Carlo Forcolini, that felt the need of a project based on innovation, rooting in the tradition that inspired the Italian design.
Thanks to various products that became icons of the Italian design, Nemo has gained a leading position in the lighting design world.
Nemo reissues famous lamps by design masters from the 20th century like a.o Charlotte Perriand, Le Corbusier, Vico Magistretti, Franco Albini et Kazuhide Takahama. Thanks to the lighting division of Cassina, some rare and valuable models like Corbusier’s lampe de Marseille, Perriand’s potence pivotante, or CP1 sconce, are now affordable.