LAMPE DE MARSEILLE
Designed by Le Corbusier for the Unité d’Habitation of Marseille in 1949/1952, it is an adjustable wall lamp with two joints on the arm and a rotating wall fixing.
Spun aluminium diffuser. Available with matt grey or whitewash body, with white internal diffusers.
Direct and indirect lighting output. Double switch on the cable, for a functional and adjustable light output.
E27 Ø11cm (down)+A60 (up)70W + 70Wdouble, direct + indirectdouble switch on cable230Vorientable, installation with cable+plug, cable lenght 1,5+1,3m, *grey matt RAL7046, white wash (inside all the diffuser) RAL9002, black RAL 7021aluminiumCode/ColorLDM EWW 31 whitewash/whiteCode/ColorLDM EDD 31 matt grey/whitewash(inside)/greyCode/ColorLDM ENN 31 black / whitewash(inside)/black
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