Borne Béton Petite

Le Corbusier

About the Collection Nemo Borne Béton

The Borne Béton bollard light was designed by the famous architect Le Corbusier, originally designed for his Unité d'habitation de Marseille project.

The design of the unusual lamp testifies to this origin: It is made of cement and has a rudimentary, but organically rounded shape that is reminiscent of a harbor bollard. The light is emitted downwards and to the side so that the low LED floor lamp sets light accents without dazzling.

Borne Béton LED is an impressive version of the classic and intended for outdoor use. The smaller Borne Béton Petite also has an indoor version, which is a stylish design piece in the living area.

The integrated LEDs emit a warm white light. Appropriate mounting accessories for the outdoor bollard lights can be ordered on request and at an additional charge.

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Technical specifications

Dimensions Width 30 cm, height 31 cm, depth 22 cm, base depth 19 cm, cable length 2.7 m (indoor) / 3 m (outdoor).
Bulbs 19.2W 110/230V LED, 3000K, 960 lm, CRI 80.
Energy efficiency class A++, A+, A
This luminaire contains built-in LED lamps
The LED lamps cannot be changed in the luminaire
Scope of delivery Built-in LED modules
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