Nemo Projecteur 165 Wall/Ceiling Lamp

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Nemo Projecteur 165 Wall/Ceiling Lamp


The Projecteur of Le Corbusier was designed in 1954, for the Chandigarh High Court, India. The Nemo Projecteur 165 Wall / Ceiling Lamp has an aluminium body painted in night blue, white sand or moka. The diffuser is glass curved with the the inner part sandblasted. Screws and small metal parts black chromed. Available in the table, floor, wall, ceiling and pendant versions.


Internationally influential Swiss archictect and planner, Le Corbusier belonged to the first generation of the International School of Architecture. His designs combine the functionalism of the modern movement with a bold, sculptural expressionism. In 2016, 17 of his architectural works were named World Heritage sites by UNESCO.


Available Colours & Finishes: 

Night Blue, White Sand or Moka.


Material: 

Aluminium


Dimensions:

Diffuser diameter: Ø17cm. Height: 24cm, length: 16cm.


Light Source:

Max 23W-Halogen, E27 socket (light source not included). IP30 rated. 


Design by Le Corbusier




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.