Expertly designed by Le Corbusier for Nemo, the Projecteur 165 Pendant Light was inspired by the industrial features of Marseilles housing.Read More
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Expertly designed by Le Corbusier for Nemo, the Projecteur 165 Pendant Light was inspired by the industrial features of Marseilles housing.
Commissioned for India’s Chandigarh High Court in 1954, the ruggedly nautical lamp is crafted using painted aluminium and finished with a sandblasted glass diffuser for a warm pool of illumination. Its industrial aesthetic is completed with the statement pivoting screws that fasten the diffuser into place.
Founded in Milan in 1993 by Franco Cassina, Italian powerhouse Nemo is at the forefront of cutting-edge lighting design. Through profound research and partnership with the Le Corbusier Foundation, this light has been reissued by Nemo as part of an effort to revive iconic lighting from the 20th century.
Requires 1x max. 23W E27 bulb (not included).
Ceiling Rose: 11cm (d)
- Commissioned for the Chandigarh High Court in 1954
- Crafted with painted aluminium and sandblasted glass
- Reissued by Nemo as part of an effort to revive iconic 20th-century lighting