About the Collection Nemo Projecteur
The Projecteur lamp was designed by Le Corbusier in 1954 and originally planned for the court in the Indian city of Chandigarh. In the meantime, the rustic light with the characteristic wing nuts has conquered numerous locations. Nemo's Projecteur collection includes different versions of the designer classic, including two outdoor lights.
The lampshade is made of aluminum, painted in subtle colours and kept in a simple, well-proportioned shape. Smaller components made of metal and the wing nuts are black chrome-plated, form a striking design element along the shade and underline the light fixture's special retro charm. At the bottom, the shade is equipped with a glass diffuser that is slightly curved. Its inside is sand-blasted and thus emits even, glare-free light.
The pendant lamp Projecteur Indoor is a stylish design object, for example above tables in modern living rooms, where it represents a contrasting retro element. Projecteur is also available as a clamp lamp or as a floor lamp, which places the characteristic lamp head on a concrete base and emits the light diagonally upwards.
With its archetypal shape and the clearly visible screws, Nemo Projecteur exudes a certain rustic charm, perfect as a contrasting statement piece in modern interiors.
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