024 Bougeoir La Tourette

Candlesticks / Candleholder from Cassina, Designed by Le Corbusier

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A candlestick whose sleek minimalist lines enhance the exquisite character of the bronze, to illuminate the home with elegance and functionality. Created for the main altar of the church in the Sainte Marie de La Tourette monastery, designed by Le Corbusier between 1953 and 1961, and re-imagined in partnership with the Fondazione named for the great architect, Bougeoir La Tourette is distinguished by the geometrics that fully reflect the style of this ecclesiastical architecture. The candlestick expands vertically: a square and an inverted trapezoid, positioned one atop the other, form a solid structure out of which the candle arises.

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Part of the collection ICONS.
Manufacturer Cassina
Family Bougeoir La Tourette
Architonic ID 20731508
Order number 024
Year of Launch 1905
Year of Design 1960


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