Design: Bettina Zerza


Product No.: 21412
2014 / edition
€ 2,458.33 *
* non EU: Export price, excl. VAT, shipment costs on request, price in USD only approximate value
€ 2,950 **
** EU: Prices incl. VAT, shipment incl.

A design by Bettina Zerza for the Cafe Vienna at the United Nations General Assembly Building, which was designed by the Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer and the Swiss-French architect Le Corbusier and finished in 1952


The handmade passement is a braided electric-cable and if necessary supported by a steel-wire, The lamps at the Cafe Vienna have the glasses as follows: the glass-colour has a flow from white at the upper side, to transparent at the Bottom. This can just be manufactured if larger quantities are ordered. Diameter Glassholder 10cm

Technical Data

25 cm ($9.84 inch)
on order
1x max. 60W Edison Screw Sockets E27 (E26 USA) for incandescent and self-ballasted LED lamps
USA and CAN:
All electrical components according to the UL regulations.
With an additional charge the fixture will be labeled "UL Certified".


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