The G1 luminaire designed by Pierre Guariche in 1951 and now a 1950s design icon needs no introduction. In its wall-mounted version, it features an embossed metal lampshade and two light sources to provide direct and indirect lighting. Perfectly balanced by its solid brass ball counterweight, the brass arm also tests the limits of gravity. This wall light could be perfect for your reading corner or perhaps next to a table for a soft, warm dining experience.
Its spectacular shade is available in four finishes: vermilion red, black, white and chalk, so all you have to do is choose which will enhance your room perfectly! It is lit by two bulbs for a comfortably consistent spread of light. G1 is also available as a floor lamp (in two sizes) and pendant light
Protection sign : Indoor product (IP20) Light variation : Dimming function using dimmer switch on cable
Source type : Dimmable LED bulb(s) not included Power : Max 11 w LED conseillé Color temperature : Warm white (2700 K) Bulb : 2 x E27 LED dimmable (Not supplied)
Materials : Brushed lacquered brass arm. Black metal column. Cream lacquered metal shade.
- Size Description
L 1150 × H 670 x Ø 440 mm Luminaire
Weight : 5,78 kg
<p>Pierre Guariche (1926–1995) was a French designer, interior decorator and architect. He is perhaps best known for the residential lights that he designed for Pierre Disderot in the 1950s, but he was also an innovative furniture designer and architect.</p>