Le Corbusier LC III Wall Lamp From Firminy, France, 1965

Le Corbusier
Wall lamps

A rare metal wall lamp by Le Corbusier for his Unité d’Habitation building in Firminy, France, 1965. Le Corbusier designed a couple of types for his housing projects and this is model LC III, that was used to light the interior 'streets' of the building. The lamp can be used to shine either up or downwards.

  • 1948
  • Price on request
  • 5.1 In / 13.0 cm
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