This desk lamp is designed by Eileen Gray for Jumo France ca 1940. Jumo has especially made a name because of their reliability and the production of Art Deco lamps. The lamp is made from corrugated steel, black painted and brass pipe. The double arm can be tilted both forwards and backwards and the reflectors screen can be rotated with its own asix.
Eileen Gray was an Irish architect and furniture designer who became a pioneer of the Modern Movement in architecture. Over her career, she was associated with many notable European artists of her era, including Kathleen Scott, Adrienne Gorska, Le Corbusier, and Jean Badovici, with whom she was romantically involved. Her most famous work is the house known as E-1027 in Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, France.