162 VIO | Table lamp
Direct light metal table lamp
Glass and bronze crafting, mastering electric power, lines simplicity render Jean Perzel lightings into timeless pieces.
Olivier Raidt, little nephew of Jean Perzel, is a recipient of this know-how and, for the past 30 years, has been attached to carry on the spirit of the House Perzel.
He thought of a colored touch that would reveal iconic models of the house.
And so, a new line was created : Perzel Contemporain.
162- The most prestigious 1930s lamp of collection. It was created by Jean Perzel in 1927-1928 and chosen by the great architects and decorators of the time (Michel Roux-Spitz, Jacques Emile Ruhlmann, Jules Emile Leleu, Le Corbusier).
It is composed of four cylinders in extra-white enameled optical glass, giving off an exceptionally powerful light but without causing any glare ; this lamp alone can light up a whole room.
Different finishes available.
Works with any type of bulb.