In 1938, Le Corbusier designed the Applique de Marseille wall lamp which is marketed today by Italian company Nemo as part of its Masters collection.
Nemo was founded in Milan in 1993, and is associated with cutting-edge lighting design.
Le Corbusier was a Swiss architect who defined the modernist, twentieth-century machine aesthetic. Using the shapes of contemporary technology, he created beautiful and useful household objects. The Applique de Marseille wall lamp, which is made of metal, embodies this aesthetic. It is 39cm in height and has a depth of 27cm, with a diffuser diameter of 17cm. The lamp requires 2 x E27/60W Standard-Bulbs and is compatible with energy classes A-F. It is both 220-240V and 110V capable.
The beauty of the Applique de Marseille wall lamp lies in its witty, double funnel construction. The two-way stream of light is made for both function and ornament in your home. Use it to highlight treasured items, like paintings and sculptures. Create interesting accents and shadows about architectural features such as window frames, stairwells and ceiling cornices. Equally distinctive when used in conjunction with other lamps and modernistic lighting accessories, it will always be a talking point among your guests.
|Colors||black, whitewash RAL 9002 | inside whitewash RAL 9002: grey matt RAL 7046|
Diameter Diffuser: 17cm
|Illuminant||2x Standard-Bulb E27/52W - energy efficency grade A++ - excl., (please order under "accessories")|
|Energy class||This luminaire is compatible with bulbs of the energy classes: A++ - E|
grey matt RAL 7046/inside whitewash RAL 9002/WxHxD 17x40x28cm
whitewash RAL 9002/WxHxD 17x40x28cm