1. Jean Prouvé Potence Wall Lamp
  2. Jean Prouvé Potence Wall Lamp
  3. Jean Prouvé Potence Wall Lamp
  4. Jean Prouvé Potence Wall Lamp
  5. Jean Prouvé Potence Wall Lamp
  6. Jean Prouvé Potence Wall Lamp
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Jean Prouvé Potence Wall Lamp

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  • Innovative style from 1950
  • Minimalistic and functional
  • Swivel function

Jean Prouvé Potence Wall Lamp

The Potence Wall Lamp by Jean Prouvé is an innovative lamp design which combines both function and aesthetics. It is a unique suspension lighting solution, boasting clever engineering and a distinctive, elegant shape. The lamp comprises a long metal rod attached to a wall mounting bracket. It is also fitted with a swivel function, so the light can be directed. The 1950 lamp was designed in collaboration with Charlotte Perriand for Prouvé's Tropique house.

ItaliaDesigns produces the impressive piece in black powder-coated steel.

Additional Information

SKU 6328
Height 109 cm
Length 203 cm
Diameter Base 75 x 5 cm
Bulbs 1 x 60W E27

About the Designer

Jean Prouvé

Jean Prouvé

Born to an artist Father and pianist Mother, Jean Prouvé grew up surrounded by the ideals and energy of the influential art collective l'École de Nancy. Heavily influenced by his Father’s involvement with the group, its objectives to make art readily accessible and to forge links between art and industry are all visible within the Frenchman’s works.
Prouvé began adulthood as a metal worker, receiving an apprenticeship within his hometown of Nancy immediately after leaving school. His incredible talents as an architect and furniture designer were all self-taught, inspired by his youth and knowledge of raw materials.
Equally as famed for his industrial and structural design, Prouvé’s furniture is amongst the most sought after of his generation. Celebrated worldwide for the striking shapes used in his pieces, permanent galleries devoted to Prouvé’s work have been installed at the Musée des beaux-arts and Musée de l’Histoire du Fer in Nancy.