Maison Lunel Floor Lamp
1950s floor lamp designed by Maison Lunel, Paris, France.
Each lamp is comprised of four lamp holders in brass cages supported by cone-shaped red plexiglass supports. The white circular metal bases are finished with brass edging.
Base diameter is 10″.
Lunel was a French lighting editor usually associated with the modern current for its productions close to those of the first French designers. In particular. He popularized the use of tubular lacquered metal or brass in lamps’ creation. Hanging lamps, sconces or floor lamps, most of the pieces edited by Lunel share the same formal, sleek and sober style.
|Material||Brass, Steel, Fabric, Plexiglass|
|Country of Origin||France|