A Floor Lamp in Brass and Marble, 1970


Monolithe vintage by Emmanuelle Vidal

A very refined 1970's floor lamp made of a marble base, a frame in metal and brass and a shade in fabric. This very useful lighting unfolds thanks to an articulated arm.

Marble is one of the most noblematerial. Very popular since antiquity, it has adapted to all styles and epochs and was always used to make furniture. In the second half of the 20th century, it was used by the greatest designers Paul McCobb, Eero Saarinen, Alfred Hendrickx...). Today, marble is still successful: you can find this timeless material in the contemporary creations by Monolithe édition (bookends Charles & Elie by Piergil Fourquié and coffee tables Hansel and Gretel by Pierre Dubourg).

CategoryFloor Lamps
Hauteur174 cm / 68.50 inches
Diameter35 cm / 13.77 inches
Transport France continentale60.00 €


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