Pendant light, Mantis BS4, black, Ø11cm, H102cm - Dcw editions
Designer : Bernard Schottlander
Brand : DCW éditions Paris
The Mantis collection is presented by the French company DCW editions and invented in 1951 by Bernard Schottlander.
Based on Alexander Calder's work on mobiles, this is where the designer unveils this collection.
Mantis BS4 is a pendant lamp, made of steel and aluminium, which offers mobile and efficient lighting and above all optimal stability. its arm can be tilted horizontally, allowing you to precisely illuminate a desired area.
This pendant blends perfectly into many of your rooms such as a living room, dining room or kitchen and brings a touch of elegance to your environment.
Its base measures 11cm and its length measures 102cm.
The E27 LED bulb is not supplied, we recommend a light source of maximum 11W.
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- steel, aluminium,
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- < 10 W
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- DCW EDITIONS_BS4 BL
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- L 11.0cm x H 102.0cm x P 11.0cm
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- standard delivery, under 48h (for product in stock) : 6.90 €
- delivery in a pick-up store, under 48h (for product in stock) : 5.90 €
- express delivery, the next day before 1pm (for product in stock) : 12.90 €
- Livraison par coursier dans la journée sous 3H (pour toute commande passée avant 15h) : 14.90 €
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Bernard Schottlander is a designer born in 1924 in Mainz, Germany. He arrived in England in 1939 and during the war, he worked in structural engineering as a welder. He then too...Learn more +