2014 / Edition
€ 1.600 / USD 1.876
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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, hand-blown White opaline glasses. 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 likewise, if larger quantities are ordered.
|Glass-Ø:||30 cm (11.81 inch)|
|Socket:||1 x Edison screw sockets E26/E27 for incandescent or LED|
|Power:||max. 1 x 60W|
|All components according to the UL regulations, with an additional charge we will UL-list and label our fixtures.|
- Brass varnished
- Brass matt
- Brass nickel plated
- Brass nickel plated matt
- Patina bright
- Patina dark
Please notice, that the shown colors will always differ from the items we manufacture, as the materials differ and will therefore look different. A lamp consists of casted, pressed, drawn, hammered and chased, spinning and turned brass. The patinated items can never exactly meet the samples, and the divers parts of the lamp will not have the exact same color. Soldered parts will assimilate the Patina different to the surrounding. We try to make it as similar-looking as possible. Please consider that each item is handcrafted in age-old techniques.
Energy Efficiency Class
Bulbs with energy efficiency class A++ to E can be used for this lamp.