*Pierre Disderot Paris 1980 Pair Of Aerodynamic Desk Lamps in Nickel Chrome
Pair of desk lamps designed by Pierre Disderot.
Beautiful aerodynamic modern pair of desk lamps, created in Paris France by the company of Pierre Disderot, back in the 1980. These are the model 6183, with incorporated light dimmer and crafted in high polished nickel chrome. The design is composed by a circular base with a curved element and a shade with a diameter of 13 Inches. Each lamps takes a 150 watt halogen bulb and the wiring is original in good condition.
The measurements are 413 mm by 400 mm (16.25 x 15.75 Inches).
Pierre Disderot, was born in Paris in 1920. He was a pioneer of modern lighting and started his studies in electricity engineering. But he developed a sensibility for modern architecture and opens his first studio in Cachan in 1948. At first, he was quite faithful to the late 40s classicism, but it wasn't really a match with his progressive spirit. It is his meeting with Marcel Gascoin, a master of modern art, and his team that really initiate him to progressivism. Its work in collaboration with designers such as Pierre Guariche or Joseph-André Motte gave rise to 50s iconic creations. These iconic lights are defined by their modernity. Pierre Disderot has been the benchmark for lighting for now more than three decades. Now we can find his best work in the most beautiful museums.
Note: This lamp model is no longer in production.
They are in great condition and has been tested for working.
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