Projecteur 165 Clip Spot Light

Le Corbusier

Projecteur 165 Clip by Nemo is a clamp light designed by Le Corbusier. It
is made of lacquered aluminium and has a diffuser from glass, sanded inside.

Product details

Le Corbusier designed the light fixture Projecteur for the Court of Chandigarh, a city he entirely planned in India, in 1954.

Because of its archetypal shape and the visible screws, Projecteur exudes a rustic charm and is the perfect option to work as a contrasting statement piece in modern interiors.

The shade of the clamp lamp Projecteur 165 Clip is made of lacquered aluminium. The diffuser of glass has been sanded inside and is sofltly rounded outside. Small metallic parts as well as the butterfly nuts are chrome-plated in black.

The clamp is suitable for boards with a maximum thickness of 3 cm. There is a cable with switch for the electrical connection.

Technical specifications

Dimensions Shade diameter 17 cm, shade depth 18 cm, suitable for boards of max. 3 cm thickness.
The total cable length is 190 cm, distance between the cord switch and the lamp is 68 cm.
Bulbs 1 x max. 23W 230V E27 energy-saving lamp.
This luminaire is compatible with bulbs of the energy classes* A++, A+, A, B, C, D, E
Scope of delivery Bulbs excluded
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