Nemo Wall light Blue Metal.
Dimensions: Ø 37 x Depth 38 cm – Wall base: Ø 17 cm.
A design icon for your terraces and gardens! The Projecteur lamp was designed by Le Corbusier in 1954.
This IP54 version is suitable for outdoor use.A genius architect and designer, Le Corbusier designed the Sanskar Kendra Museum, a museum in the Indian city of Ahmedabad, between 1951 and 1957.
This spiral-shaped construction illustrates the architectural principles of the French master.
Le Corbusier even designed the lamps in the museum.
In 1954, he created the “Projecteur 365” which he had installed in the building to optimise the lighting.Reissued by Nemo, this wall light is a symbol of 1950s modernism.
Inspired by the industrial lighting of the time, it consists of a diffuser in the shape of an aluminium projector, fixed to a circular base.
The lampshade is adjustable to illuminate the space according to your needs with precision.
Inspired by the industrial lighting of the time, it consists of a diffuser in the shape of a painted aluminium projector.
The internal diffuser is made of opaline glass.
Dimensions:Ø 37 x Depth 38 cm – Wall base: Ø 17 cm