Designed by Le Corbusier in 1963 for the Chandigarh Parliament in India, the Parliament floor lamp is a symbol of 1950s modernism, inspired by industrial lighting at the time. The lamp shows an elegant shape and a high performance functionality. Parliament is made of painted aluminum and has an adjustable diffuser of two open symmetrical cones for direct and indirect lighting. In addition to the black-yellow, black-red and white- grey finishes of the painted aluminium diffusers, the yellow-green version is featured in the “claviers de couleurs” chromatic system developed by the Swiss-French master. Lime white internal diffusers with a matte grey rod.
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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