The Projecteur 365 by Le Corbusier has been selected as the winner in the "Best Reissues" category of the Wallpaper* Design Awards 2013.
Designed by Le Corbusier for the High Court of Chandigarh in 1954, this product remained unreleased until 2012, when it was found in the archives of the Le Corbusier Foundation in Paris. As only a side view of the design had remained, it was necessary to "rebuild" its functional aesthetic, choosing finishes and details to suit the language of shipbuilding work.
The re-release of the Projecteur took shape thanks to research conducted by Nemo, in close collaboration with the Le Corbusier Foundation.
"Nemo's Projecteur 365 is the result of a great accord, both at the research and production level, between the Foundation and our company; an accord based on a solid relationship which has formed in recent years," commented Federico Palazzari, Nemo's managing director.
Projecteur 365 comes in three different versions: hanging, bracket or floor, each characterized by a "Bleu Sable" finish and big black wing nuts.