The lamp consists of a spherical segment placed on a simple quadrangular structure that acts as a pedestal. The material used is brass with a Palladium finish. Round bulb of 40W. MJA (Memory of Jacques Adnet) is a small table lamp designed by Jacques Adnet in 1930. On the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the "Quadro" lamp, Lumen Center Italia wanted to pay homage to it?s designer by producing this small and precious piece of design from the Thirties that has only ever been created at prototype level before now
Jacques Adnet, 1930
- The material used is brass with a Palladium finish
- Height: 25 cm
- Width: 14 cm
- Depth: 18.5 cm
- Halogen1 x 30W Max 405lm 2700K
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