The Jielde desk lamp has two arms and three joints, and it's attached to a sturdy steel base. It was created in the 1950s by a French engineer named Jean-Louis Domecq for use in factories as a versatile work lamp that can be adjusted in various directions. The goal was to make it "simple, strong, and flexible to fit any work area." This lamp is a famous French industrial design. It has been re-wired.
Designed by Jielde, 1950s