Le Corbusier Green Metal Wall Lamp from Briey, circa 1960

Le Corbusier
,
Wall lamps
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France
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1960s

A very rare, emerald green lacquered metal wall lamp by Le Corbusier. The lamp has two light bulbs and two reflectors of corrugated sheet metal inside.

Le Corbusier designed a couple of types of wall lamps for his housing projects and this is a version that was used to light the interior 'streets' of his Unité d'habitation in Briey-en-Forêt, France (1957-61). The lamp can be used to shine either up or downwards.

 

Currently on reserve for private use and not available.

  • 5164
  • Price on request
  • 5.9 In / 15.0 cm
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