Mini version of the Lampe de Marseille. Aluminium with spun aluminium diffuser. Available with matt grey or whitewash body, with white internal diffusers. Direct and indirect lighting output. Switch on the cable. Wall installation also without plug. Functional and adjustable light output.
Materials & Finishes
White wash or grey matt/white wash finish
orientable, installation with or without plug
Bulb not included
Year of Design
Space Planning/Interior Design
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Delivery & Installation
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