Design: Le Corbusier
Made in Italy
• Finishing in night blue
• Light Source E27 bulb max 150W
• Can also be used as a ceiling light
• Diameter 37 cm
The Projecteur of Le Corbusier was designed for the Chandigarh High Court, India, in 1954. Aluminum body painted in night blue, white sand or moka. Diffuser glass curved and sandblasted in the inner part. The Projecteur 365 has a painted body, base and canopies. Screws and small metal parts are black chromed.
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|Dimensions||37 × 38 cm|
Unit - (Width x Depth x Height) | Round - (Diameter = Width x Height)
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Design: Renee Ploegmakers
Made in the Netherlands
● Materials in metal in chrome finish with crystal element
● Light source 1x GY 6.35/12V/MAX 35W
Reminiscent of a torch but with a diamond shaped crystal in place of the flame, the Elements Of Love W1 XL Wall Lamp burns just as bright. The crystal element when hit by the light source multiplies the illumination manifold, bringing in brightness and intensity that belies the size of the lighting fixture. It is a regal decor and functional lamp rolled into one.
Design: Sebastian Wrong
Made in Italy
● Materials plaster finish in white
● Light source 1x MAX 160W R7S (LED not replaceable)
Designed by Sebastian Wrong in 2003, the Spun Light-F floor lamp reflects the best of modern manufacturing technology combined with elegance, craftsmanship, and dynamic fluid aesthetics.
Its main body has a spun metal frame and diffuser. The diffuser support arms and lamp-holder support are die-cast aluminum, and the diffuser supports are white, injection-molded PC (polycarbonate). The dimmer has a 0-100% luminosity