Vitra PETITE POTENCE LED steel wall lamp with fixed arm




LED steel wall lamp with fixed arm

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Jean Prouvé created the first version of the Potence wall lamp in the 1940s for his own home in Nancy: a simple light bulb affixed to a long, pivoting steel bar, which is held by a steel wire.‎ This functionalist, puristic design was soon produced in various sizes, with an added handle on larger models to facilitate the swivel movement.‎
Petite Potence has similar proportions to the larger model Potence, while its compact dimensions are ideally suited to smaller interiors.‎ The swing arm is 103 cm long, with a powder-coated finish in colours derived from the original hues used by Prouvé.‎ The cable is sheathed in a high-quality textile casing, and the LED bulb is dimmable.‎ Thanks to its reductive aesthetic, Petite Potence is an ideal lighting choice for a wide variety of settings, from dining and living rooms to offices or cafés.‎

Material:  powder-coated tubular steel, oakwood handle, cord dimmer, 1 bulb included.‎
Socket:  E27.‎
Potence light source:  Porcelain III, LED Globe 125 mm.‎
Petite Potence light source:  Porcelain II, LED Globe 80 mm.‎
Dimmability:  dimmer.‎
Kelvin:  2700 K (warm white).‎
Plug:  Euro flat, 2-pin (type C plug) or US connector, 2-pin (type A plug).‎
Max.‎ watt:  12 W.‎
Energy efficiency:  A+
Material:  powder-coated tubular steel, cord dimmer, 1 bulb included.‎

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