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Borne Béton
– indoor / outdoor –

design Le Corbusier, 1952

The Borne Béton is available as a floor or a table lamp, for indoor and outdoor use. Made essentially of concrete, it will withstand bad weather outside and bring an industrial touch to your interior. The Grande Borne Béton was designed by Le Corbusier in 1952 to equip the Unité d'habitation de Marseille as well as to illuminate the Bhakra and Sukha dams in India. In 2017, Nemo has launched a smaller version of the Borne Béton that will easily find its place on a side table, a desk or a shelf.


The Borne Béton has a dimmer on its cable. It is available in LED version.

Dimensions small 30 x 22 x H31 cm – large 50 x 36 x 50 cm

Finishes concrete structure

small

from 858 €

large

1542 €

Borne Béton – Small

LED indoor: LED board | direct | 19,2W | 1900lm | typ cri 80 | CCT 3000K | dimmable | 110- 230V | cable length 2,7m, dimmer on cable

LED outdoor IP65: LED board | direct | 19,2W | 1900lm | typ cri 80 | CCT 3000K | 110-230 | cable length 3m, cable supplied with molded IP44 plug


Borne Béton – Large

LED indoor: LED board | direct | 38,4W | 3800lm | typ cri 80 | CCT 3000K | dimmable | 110-230V | cable length 2,7m, dimmer on cable

LED outdoor IP65: LED board | direct | 38,4W | 3800lm | typ cri 80| CCT 3000K | 110-230V | cable length 3m, cable supplied with molded IP44 plug

Le Corbusier

« Our eyes are made to see forms in light; light and shade reveal these forms; cubes, cones, spheres, cylinders or pyramids are the great primary forms which light reveals to advantage; the image of these is distinct and tangible within us without ambiguity. It is for this reason that these are beautiful forms, the most beautiful forms ».