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Four cylindrical perforated lamps Mathieu Mategot Swiss Pavilion

Four cylindrical perforated lamps Mathieu Mategot Swiss Pavilion
Four cylindrical enameled and perforated metal lamps painted in black on a steel frame attributed to Mathieu Mategot, coming from the Swiss Pavilion (Paris) 1932 from the architecture of Le Corbusier (Charles Edouard Jeanneret Gris) and his cousin Pierre Jeanneret.
Quatre suspension cylindrique en tôle (métal) perforée, laquée noir sur une armature en acier, attribué a Mathieu Mategot, provenant du pavillon Suisse (Paris) 1932 de l'architecture de Le Corbusier (Charles Edouard Jeanneret Gris) et son cousin Pierre Jeanneret.
Dimensions:
Height: 68 cm / 26.77 inch
Width: 252 cm / 99.21 inch
Depth: 12 cm / 4.72 inch

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Destination: Paris, France

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