Lampe de Marseille, design Le Corbusier, Nemo
The wall light Lampe de Marseille was original designed by Le Corbusier for the Unité d’Habitation of Marseille in 1949/1952. The sconce, inspired by geometry, is adjustable and functional. Large adjustable wall lamp with two joints on the arm and a rotating wall fixing. Spun aluminium diffuser. Double switch on the cable. Direct and indirect lighting output. Available in matt grey or whitewash color.
Size: Lenght 166 cm x H. 80 cm, ø shade 50 cm. Bulb: E27, 2x 70W.
A smaller version, Lampe de Marseille Mini, is also available at the size: Lenght 85 cm x H. 50 cm, ø shade 30 cm. Bulb: E14, 2x46W.
Charles-Edouard Jeanneret, known as Le Corbusier, was born at La Chaux-de-Fonds, in Switzerland, in 1887; he died in France, in 1965.
The multi-talented Le Corbusier was at the same time a painter, architect, designer and writer, he is now recognized as one of the most influent architect of the 20th century design.