The lamp structure, by Le Corbusier, is also available in both a floor style and table style. These different options produced bring a small variety of options and opportunities for one to take into account to style in any part of their home, including the outside.
Created for the Unité d`habitation de Marseille and for the Bhakra Dam, Sukhna Dam which is in India, in 1952. The Borne Béton Grand, also available as the Borne Béton Petite, are available for indoor and outdoor usage.
The lamps emit LED lighting and is made from concrete material. The Borne Béton emits direct light, and can be set in any part of the house, as a floor or a table lamp.
Le Corbusier is known for his great attributions to modern design, drawing his inspiration for different forms of light and its interaction with the elements of shade. He also uses the variety of forms revealed from the emission of these lights, which come in forms of cubes, cones, cylinders, spheres and pyramids.
He states he uses the idea of these forms and transforms them into physical aspects. The main primary forms that he gets his inspiration from are distinct shapes and as he states, tangible to the eye. He strays away from ambiguity and believes that the forms he uses are the most beautiful forms in physical nature.
The Borne Béton is one of the many lamps he has created en lieu of his theory and practice in interior design. Le Corbusier is also responsible for the Appliqué de Marseille, Escargot, Lampe de Marseille, Projecteur series, the Parliament and many more.