Nemo Projecteur 165 Suspension Light Le Corbusier
Nemo Projecteur 165 Suspension Light Le Corbusier
Nemo Projecteur 165 Suspension Light Le Corbusier
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Nemo Projecteur 165 Suspension Light Le Corbusier

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Nemo Projecteur 165 Suspension Light Le Corbusier

Nemo Projecteur 165 Suspension Light Le Corbusier - Mini adjustable version of the Projecteur 365. Available in the clamp, wall and pendant versions. Aluminium body painted in night blue, white sand or moka. Diffuser glass curved and sandblasted in the inner part. Clamp and canopies painted in matt black, screws and small black chrome metal parts. Diffused and adjustable light output. E27 socket allows the use of fluorescent and LED sources.

Bulb: 1x Fluorescent-Bulb E27/23W - energy efficency grade F - excl

Dimmable, according to bulb

Size: H 22 cm, Dia 18 cm, Cable Length 2 meters

LE CORBUSIER

“Our eyes are made to see forms in light; light and shade reveal these forms; cubes, cones, spheres, cylinders or pyramids are the great primary forms which light reveals to advantage; the image of these is distinct and tangible within us without ambiguity. It is for this reason that these are beautiful forms, the most beautiful forms”.

Le Corbusier
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Le Corbusier

LE CORBUSIER, born Charles-Edouard Jeanneret-Gris in 1887 in Switzerland, was an architect, designer, urbanist, and writer, famous for being one of the pioneers of what is now called modern architecture. His career spanned five decades, with his buildings constructed throughout Europe, India, Japan and America. He was a pioneer in studies of modern high design and was dedicated to providing better living conditions for the residents of crowded cities. In 1918, Le Corbusier met the Cubist painter Amédée Ozenfant. Rejecting Cubism as irrational and "romantic", the pair jointly published their manifesto, 'Après le cubisme' and established a new artistic movement, Purism. They established the Purist journal 'L'Esprit nouveau'. It was Le Corbusier's Villa Savoye (1929–1931) that most succinctly summed up his five points of architecture that he had elucidated in 'L'Esprit Nouveau' and his book 'Vers une architecture'. By 1927, Le Corbusier was among the world's leading practitioners of the New Architecture. He collaborated with Charlotte Perriand on furniture – including the LC4 – which is still an icon of modern design. Around 1942, he formulated his "Modulor" theory to facilitate architecture on a human scale. In the 1950s, an opportunity to translate the Radiant City on a large scale occurred in the construction of the Union Territory Chandigarh and the first planned city in India. In 1952, the first 'Unité d'Habitation' was completed in Marseille, followed by further modular residential units and the pilgrimage chapel at Ronchamps in 1955 – He died in 1965 in Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, France.

Nemo
About the brand

Nemo Lighting is an Italian lighting company known for its innovative and contemporary lighting designs. Established in 1993, Nemo Lighting has become synonymous with high-quality lighting solutions that combine functionality, aesthetics, and technological advancements.

The company collaborates with renowned designers and architects from around the world to create a diverse range of lighting fixtures for various applications, including residential, commercial, and hospitality spaces. Nemo Lighting's collection includes pendant lights, chandeliers, floor lamps, table lamps, wall sconces, and outdoor lighting fixtures.

Nemo Lighting is committed to pushing the boundaries of design and craftsmanship. Their products often feature sleek and minimalist aesthetics, showcasing clean lines, geometric shapes, and high-quality materials. The use of advanced lighting technologies and energy-efficient solutions is also a hallmark of Nemo Lighting's designs.

One of Nemo Lighting's notable collaborations is with designer and architect Le Corbusier, resulting in the iconic "Projecteur" collection. This collection pays homage to Le Corbusier's architectural vision and includes refined and functional lighting fixtures that exude a timeless appeal.

With a focus on both residential and architectural lighting, Nemo Lighting strives to create lighting solutions that enhance spaces, create ambiance, and optimize visual comfort. Their products have received numerous accolades and awards for their design excellence and technical innovation.

Nemo Lighting's commitment to quality extends to its production processes, where attention to detail and rigorous testing ensure that each lighting fixture meets the highest standards. The company's dedication to sustainability is also evident through their use of eco-friendly materials and energy-efficient lighting technologies.

Whether for residential or commercial applications, Nemo Lighting offers a wide range of lighting solutions that combine style, functionality, and technical excellence. With their timeless designs and commitment to innovation, Nemo Lighting continues to be a leading player in the lighting industry, illuminating spaces with beauty and functionality.

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