Nemo Pivotante à Poser Table Lamp

  • £186.00

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Nemo Pivotante à Poser Table Lamp


The direction and intensity of the Pivotante à Poser Table Lamp can be adjusted by rotating the rolled metal diffusers. An example of mid century design, the lamp continues to have relevance and desirability. It is available in 3 colours; White, Yellow or Blue.


Born in 1903, Charlotte Perriand’s work aimed to create functional living spaces in the belief that better design helps in creating a better society. At the age of 24, she began a decade-long collaboration with Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret, at the famous design studios at 35, rue de Sèvres in Paris.


Available Colours & Finishes:

Integrated LED/E14 Socket - White Painted, Yellow Painted or Blue Painted


Materials:

Steel, rolled metal


Dimensions:

Height: 20 cm, diameter: 12.5 cm. Cord: 2.5 m.


Light Source:

60W-Halogen, E27 socket (light source not included).


Design by Charlotte Perriand



One of the global leaders in lighting, striving to constantly create innovative cutting edge design. Founded in Milan in 1993, NEMO represents, within the design lighting producers’ scenario, a benchmark name, going back to the roots of innovation that always inspired Italian design. The collection of contemporary design includes designs by Carlo Forcolini, Jehs + Laub, Javier Mariscal, Karim Rashid, Ilaria Marelli, Foster+Partners, Hannes Wettstein and Roberto Paoli.Alongside this wide range of products, Nemo edits the Masters collection, a unique selection of icons, realised by the designers that have provided a fundamental contribution to the creation of the contemporary design: Le Corbusier, Vico Magistretti, Franco Albini, Charlotte Perriand and Kazuhide Takahama.


Alongside this wide range of products, Nemo edits the Masters collection, a unique selection of icons, realised by the designers that have provided a fundamental contribution to the creation of the contemporary design: Le Corbusier, Vico Magistretti, Franco Albini, Charlotte Perriand and Kazuhide Takahama.