Michel Roux-Spitz, floor lamp, vue 01
Michel Roux-Spitz, floor lamp, vue 01
Michel Roux-Spitz, floor lamp, vue 01

Michel Roux-Spitz, floor lamp

Michel Roux-Spitz (1888-1957)

Floor lamp
Circa 1930

Floor lamp made up of a cylindrical stand tube that lies on a base in the shape of a disc, both made of travertine.
The stand tube is topped by a metal reflector bowl as well as two light spots.
It is covered with a lamp shade made of ivory fabric which has been created after the original model we know quite well thanks to period documents.

Total height 192 cm (75 1⁄2) - Base diameter 41,5 cm (16 1⁄3 in) - Lamp shade diameter 60 cm (23 2⁄3 in)

Provenance:
- Designed by Michel Roux-Spitz for the Greystones Villa, Dinard, France.
- Thence by descent.

Literature:
- Michel Roux-Spitz, Réalisations, vol. II : 1932-1939, Paris, 1950, pp. 62-63
- Michel Raynaud, Didier Laroque and Sylvie Rémy, Michel Roux-Spitz, Architecte, 1888-1957, Bruxelles, 1995, p. 125

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