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la roche wall sconce

by Corbusier from Nemo

la roche wall sconce

Design Le Corbusier, 1925
Painted aluminum, glass diffuser
Made by Nemo

"Space and light and order. Those are the things that men need just as much as they need bread or a place to sleep." - Le Corbusier

Born from an existing system to illuminate large windows, the first wall lamp conceived by Le Corbusier for his purist architectures: Villa La Roche and Pavillon de l'Esprit Nouveau. Matte black or grey metal, LED lighting source with a glass diffuser shaped on the original incandescent bulb. Nemo produced it, bringing it back to its original proportions, lightness and function, dimmable TRIAC.

* 2700K (warm white)
* Vertical or horizontal mounting
* LED board
* Diffused, 12.5W/120V light source
* Dimmable TRIAC
* 925 lumens
* IP20 (indoor, dry location)

1.8" w | 3.9" d | 14.6" h

$830.00 + free shipping
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Le Corbusier was an architect, designer, urbanist and writer. He was born in Switzerland and became a French citizen in 1930. He was an early proponent of modern high rise design and had a personal dedication to providing better living conditions for the residents of crowded cities.
Nemo has roots in innovation that has inspired Italian design. Nemo creates “The Masters” collection of lamps designed by masters of the twentieth century such as Le Corbusier. Nemo also dedicates itself to the creation of contemporary icons by collaborating with contemporary designers.


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