The pair of wall lamps from the 1960s. Probably Italian production. They are made of brushed brass and have four light points for bulbs with E14 thread. Their form refers to the trend of late modernism, the name of which derives from the French word brut, meaning raw. Of course, we are talking about brutalism, whose characteristic features are the rawness of the body, simplified construction and sensitivity to the properties of the materials used. Le Corbusier is considered to be the father of this direction in architecture.
This lamps are in original vintage condition. Brass has a beautiful patina over time.