Jean Prouve, 1950.
Designed as a pivoting wall lamp for the 'Maison Tropique', Potence is regarded as one of Jean Prouvé's puristic masterpieces. The fascination of this luminaire, which is over two metres long and dimmable, stems from the spareness of its materials and forms.
Material: powder-coated tubular steel, beech wood, dimmer cord, incl. 1 lamp.
Dimensions: H755 x W50 x D2030mm
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