Applique de Marseille, designed by Le Corbusier in 1938/1939 for his Parisian flat in Rue Nungesser et Coli, provides direct and diffused light: two cone-shaped lampshades orient the light upwards and downwards, providing uniform and sharp light beams. The Mini version preserves the same allure in a compact version.
Le Corbusier’s interest in fine arts from an early age led him to focus on architectural designs made up of lines and geometric colour blocks. For him, painting, sculpture and architecture are not isolated disciplines.Discover
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