Parliament Floor Lamp MFR ID: PAR ENG 21
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Parliament Floor Lamp

By Le Corbusier, for Nemo

Parliament Floor Lamp

By Le Corbusier, For Nemo


Black / Yellow

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MFR ID: PAR ENG 21 | ITEM #: NIL583306

Parliament Floor Lamp


Item #: NIL583306

Designed by Le CorbusierRead Bio

The Parliament Floor Lamp was originally designed by Le Corbusier for the Palace of Assembly government building in Chandigarh, India. The hourglass-shaped shade rotates and tilts to aim the light beams. It alos houses two bulbs to provide both direct and indirect lighting. Dimmer switch located on cord.

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Finish: Gray

Color: Black / Red, Black / Yellow, Grey / Whitewash


    • Finish: Gray
    • Color: Black / Yellow
    • Size: 10.2"W x 70.9"H
    • Shipping Weight: 22.04 lbs
    • Product Weight: 20.90 lbs
    • Dimmer: Included
    • Materials: Aluminum  
    • Lamp Source: Incandescent
    • Bulb:
      2 x A19/Medium (E26)/60W/120V Incandescent
      Bulb not included
    • Total Wattage: 120 watts
    • Other Bulb Options:
    • Cord Length: 106.8"
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  • Warm Dim Compatible

    Warm Dim Compatible

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    Le Corbusier

    About Le Corbusier

    Le Corbusier was and remains a highly polemical figure in the history of modern architecture. Widely praised as a visionary whose imaginative plans for urban agglomerations and spaces dramatically transformed our understanding of what a city should be and could look like, he is equally reviled for the soulless monotony that his strand of modernism encouraged and the wanton destruction of the urban fabric that he both championed and prompted among his followers in urban planning during the latter half of the 20th century.

    Le Corbusier is one of the major originators of the International Style, along with such contemporaries as Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and Walter Gropius, with whom he once worked, among many others. His work was featured especially prominently in the landmark exhibition in 1932 at the Museum of Modern Art in New York - and subsequent book - that gave the movement its name.

    Le Corbusier's role in the birth of modern architecture is magnified because of his ability to elucidate and disseminate his principles succinctly and forcefully. His Five Points of a New Architecture, which form the backbone of his architectural thought of the 1920s, constitute some of the most direct set of ideas in architectural theory, which he successfully demonstrated in his numerous contemporaneous villas of the interwar period.

    Le Corbusier's early writings and buildings glorified modernism and modernity as the key to bringing society out of the cataclysm of World War I at the beginning of the 1920s, a time when many others shrank from the embrace of modern life. Indeed, his architecture and faith in technological progress and heavy industry helped create what many architectural historians would later call "the machine age.

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