An avant-garde icon of the 1950s, Pivotante à Poser was conceived by Charlotte Perriand as an architectural element. The light emission interacts with the material texture, volumes, dimensions and graphic signs created by the two rotating diffusers, which allow both closing and opening of the light beam for direct or indirect light.

Technical drawing

7.9 Ø 4.9 360° 360°


    E2660Wdirectswitch on cable120V
    204.9" x 4.9" x 7.9"cable length 8.2’, 360° orientable, white RAL 9003, yellow RAL 1033, blue RAL 5002, pastel blue RAL 5024, carmine red RAL 3002, sage green RAL 6021, light grey RAL 7046
    metalCode/ColorPAP EDW 12 whiteCode/ColorPAP EDB 12 blueCode/ColorPAP EDG 12 yellowCode/ColorPAP EDC 12 pastel blueCode/ColorPAP EDR 12 carmine redCode/ColorPAP EDV 12 sage greenCode/ColorPAP EDD 12 light grey

Charlotte Perriand

To Charlotte Perriand, lamps were not a decorative element added for no reason, but a functional and technical component, a tool and an object answering to specific needs. Perriand’s minimalistic approach instills a timeless character in her creations: these are the “Useful Forms” that came from the movement she co-founded in 1949. Like Perriand’s furniture, her lamps are not immovable, but rotate and bend themselves, adjusting to our needs.


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