Warli INTRODUCES

La lune sous le chapeau

Contact us
La lune sous le chapeau, Man Ray

La lune sous le chapeau, Man Ray
phTomVack

‘La lune sous le chapeau’ represents the essence and synthesis of contemporary light. The first model was developed by Man Ray together with Dino Gavina in 1974. Warli has decided to give new life to the lamp with new finishes and colours, while keeping the original spirit and design intact.

Designed by
Man Ray
Man Ray
'Light can do everything. Shadows work for me.
I make shadows. I make the light'
Man Ray
La lune sous le chapeau, Man Ray
La lune sous le chapeau, Man Ray
La lune sous le chapeau, Man Ray
La lune sous le chapeau, Man Ray
Salone del mobile Salone del mobile
La lune sous le chapeau, Man Ray
Product Overview
Table lamp with powder coated metal structure and lamp shade in PVC with parchment texture or fabric lined.
Anti-slip serigraphy printed on base.
Emission: diffused and direct
Socket: E14
Watt: 8W
Voltage: 220V-240V
Plug: EU
La lune sous le chapeau, Man Ray
Product name

La lune sous le chapeau

Designer

Man Ray

Features

da tavolo

Dimensions
22 x 22 x h. 60 cm
Year

1973

In June 1974 in Paris, the lampshade was designed by Man Ray directly on a sheet of flat cardboard and, together with other sketches of the base, a few days later it became the lamp called ‘La lune sous le chapeau’.
The light is an ‘objet trouvé’ as it re-evaluates basic materials, low technology, formal simplicity. An apparently anonymous, anti-design lamp, provocative with a strong poetic content: the simplest lampshade supported by the most elementary of bases.
This model faithfully reproduces, even in the spirit, the original design.